Don’t like your kid’s school? Initiative would give California parents power to sue for change


Publish Date:
October 25, 2021
The Sacramento Bee
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William Koski a professor at Stanford Law School who also serves in the School of Education, said the fact that the amendment would allow individual students and community groups to sue is “striking.” “It seems that if anybody believes they’ve been denied a high quality education, they can go to court on it,” he said.

“It’s essentially the right to say no, but it doesn’t give the right to demand new mandates, taxes or spending to have the high quality education be realized,” Koski said.

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