No parent group wants it.
No track record of success.
Needs lobbyists to run expensive campaigns in each state to promote passage.
Discourages community collaboration.
Ignores existing laws that already empower parents.
Leads to expensive lawsuits and conflict.
Teaches children that parents should see teachers and districts as adversaries instead of partners.
Erodes taxpayers right to local control through the jurisdiction of duly elected school boards.
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