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Q&A: Predicting Parent-Trigger Law's Path

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California's parent-trigger law has garnered passionate supporters and highly critical opponents since its passage in 2010. But despite its divisive nature and its non-existence use outside of the state, California parent advocates still believe the law can provide parents with a powerful tool to transform their children's struggling schools.

I recently spoke with Arianna Prothero, Education Week charters and school choice reporter, to discuss the parent-trigger law's promise and pitfalls. Read a transcript of our interview on the Charters & Choice blog or listen to our conversation here: 

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