What if the federal law guaranteed every child equal educational opportunity, and if they didn’t get it, their parents could sue?
That’s one of the more compelling suggestions in a collection of education ideas for the next president, released this week by Bellwether Education Partners. It comes from Ben Austin, an advocate for parent trigger laws in California. He’s now on the board of Students Matter, an organization pushing to transform teacher tenure and other educational policies through the courts.
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