Stronger 'Parent Trigger' Bill to Allow School Takeovers Introduced in Tennessee

Tennessee already has a law that could be used as a weak parent trigger, but it requires the signatures of 60 percent of the parents in a school and also requires any changes to be approved by the local school board.
January 25, 2013

Tennessee already has a law that could be used as a weak parent trigger, but it requires the signatures of 60 percent of the parents in a school and also requires any changes to be approved by the local school board.

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