We the parents

by James Takata

Written in English
Published: Pages: 62 Downloads: 894
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  • Education,
  • School improvement programs,
  • Educational law and legislation,
  • Parent participation

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Follows parents who, with the help of the non-profit group Parent Revolution, work to demand that a charter school take over McKinley Elementary School in Compton, California.

Edition Notes

Statementproduced and written by James Takata, Jennifer Welsh Takata ; directed by James Takata
LC ClassificationsLC213.22.C2 W4 2017
The Physical Object
Format[videorecording] /
Pagination1 videodisc (62 min.)
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26926260M
LC Control Number2017020236

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