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Parent Trigger in Practice: Snapshots From California

California's parent-trigger law has played a role in policy debates at a handful of Southern California schools since the state passed the law in 2010. Below, learn about each school and its experience.

Related: After Divisive Start, Use of 'Parent Trigger' Law Matures

Coverage of parent-empowerment issues is supported by a grant from the Walton Family Foundation, at Education Week retains sole editorial control over the content of this coverage.

Reporting: Karla Scoon Reid | Design & Visualization: Deanna Del Ciello

Vol. 34, Issue 26

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