It started when the school board hired a controversial new superintendent. She advocated using public funds for private schools via vouchers.
One mother worried about how that might affect her special-ed child. Others worried about loss of diversity; extracurricular cutbacks; elimination of dual language programs and more.
So they got involved, went to board meetings, asked questions, and did their research. They didn’t like what they saw. Read more about how the Humble ISD Parents movement grew to more than 4000 people and how political parties that support vouchers are now fighting against them with big money.
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