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'Parent Trigger' Pulled in an LAUSD Elementary School

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Parents at the 24th Street Elementary School in the Los Angeles Unified School District presented a "parent trigger" petition to district officials yesterday to overhaul the academically challenged school, marking the third time that California's parent-trigger law has been used by a community attempting to bring changes to a school.

Read more details about those developments from Education Week blogger Michele Molnar on the K-12 Parents and the Public blog.

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