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Public Advocates, on behalf of Californians for Justice, the California chapter of ACORN, and individual parents of children in Title I schools, says that this creates an impermissible loophole in the law: that to be certifiable, enrollees must have completed their alternative route.
[Paul Tran is communications director at Californians for Justice, which works with Parents and Students for Great Schools, a coalition of leading grass-roots and advocacy organizations.
For adult organizers, the text messaging made a tremendous difference in working with students during the protests, says Yvonne Paul, assistant director for Californians for Justice, a statewide student organization.
``Having one test alone determine whether a student gets a diploma is not a fair or accurate way of evaluating student knowledge,'' said Mike Chavez, spokesman for the nonprofit Californians for Justice, a community-based organization that works to ensure that low-income and students of color are receiving a quality education.
The Generation Y leaders decided on the program after some research and conversation with Californians for Justice, whose youth and education work has had some success with the program.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of California Student Association, Californians for Justice, the Equal Justice Society, and individual students petitioned the California Supreme Court to block implementation of over $148 million in budget cuts to education and other programs.
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It never tapped any vein of emotion, according to Abdi Soltani, executive director of Californians for Justice.