We the Parents (2013)
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This documentary follows a handful of mothers and fathers who take control of their children's education after a change in California law, known as a "parent trigger" law, allows them to have greater control over day-to-day decisions that affect the school their kids attend. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Aug 16, 2013 Limited
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Audiences may feel mixed emotions when at the end of the film a woman sums up her feelings about the campaign, declaring, "Now I know if a school ain't doing good, we can change that."
We the Parents is a must-see civics lesson, an example of the power of grassroots organizing, of having a good lawyer, and of how seemingly small ideas can make big waves.
A fascinating look at the new frontier of America's public education crisis -- a timely, relevant snapshot of a cause in active motion.
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