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Parents Join to Push for Better Schools

Parents Join to Push for Better Schools

Some 100 members of a statewide movement learn how to lobby for funds and teachers.

November 13, 2011|Teresa Watanabe

Nancy Crop is a Palo Alto civil rights attorney. Cushon Bell is a Pasadena educational activist and former teacher. Teri Levy is a Los Angeles creative artist in fashion and photography.

But even though all three high-powered women are privileged to send their children to excellent public schools, they say they are haunted by the countless California children stuck at low-performing campuses. This weekend, they are giving up free time to train with 100 other parent leaders organizing for more school funding, top-notch teachers and a high-quality education for all students.

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