I’ve previously posted about the rejection by the Adelanto School Board of a parent trigger petition because 100 parents said they were tricked into signing them.
A judge ruled today that parents can’t rescind their signatures, and that the parent trigger effort can go forward.
The district is expected to appeal, but hasn’t made a decision yet.
Whether or not a judge says parents can legally rescind their signatures, he can’t force parents to send their kids to a charter school that Parent Revolution sets-up. So with so few parents actually supporting the creation of a charter school, it’s doubtful that they will be successful in making a charter school “pencil out.”