00:00:00
/
00:00:00
 
Press Play to start audio

April 30, 2012

Exploring The Parent Trigger Law

California and three other states have passed a parent trigger law. It allows dissatisfied families to turn their children’s school into a charter, replace staff, or even shut it down, if a majority of the parents agree.

Dick speaks with two mothers from California, Cynthia Ramirez, who supports the law, and Chrissy Alvarado, who objects to the way it is being used.

Tagged with
and

You might also like…

More from April 30, 2012 Show

Daily Story Update

Get daily updates and special announcements about The Story.
 

Produced by

WUNC North Carolina Public Radio 91.5 logo