Gloria Romero

California Center for Parent Empowerment

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Founder of the California Center for Parent Empowerment; former California Director of Democrats for Education Reform; former Senate Senator (East Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley) and Chair of its Education Committee and Budget Subcommittee on State Administration, General Government, the Judiciary; former Senate Majority Leader and chair of the Senate Select Committee on the California Correctional Systems

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The US Supreme Court heard arguments today in  Friedrichs v. the California Teachers Association .

The US Supreme Court Takes Aim at Public Sector Unions

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The so-called "Parent Trigger" has failed again.

Will Parents Ever Be Able to Pull the "Trigger?"

The so-called "Parent Trigger" has failed again.

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The Obama Administration is dangling between $350 and $700 million  federal dollars  in front of California’s education establishment, but it’s at risk of being lost to politics in…

Race to the Top Is Mired in the Muck

The Obama Administration is dangling between $350 and $700 million federal dollars in front of California’s education establishment, but it’s at risk of being lost to politics in…

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