Parents don't have control once they pull the trigger.
Kathleen Oropeza, co-founder of an advocacy group against "parent trigger" laws, which let parents seize control of low-performing public schools and fire the teachers, oust the administrators or turn the schools over to private management. Such laws are in place in several states, including California, and under consideration in several others.
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