In a few states, grassroots organizations, civil rights groups, and civic organizations have joined forces to promote equity-based educational reform. We highlight three such efforts here.
CAMPAIGN FOR FISCAL EQUITY- NEW YORK
317 Madison Ave., Suite 1708
New York, NY 10017
A non profit corporation and coalition of parent organizations community school boards, concerned citizens and advocacygroups. They seek to reform New York state's school finance system to ensure adequate resources and the opportunityfor a sound basic education for all students.
PRICHARD COMMITTEE FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
P.O. Box 1658
Lexington, Kentucky 40588-1658
A non-partisan, non-profit, independent citizens advocacy group, made up of volunteer parents and citizens from around Kentucky, who work to improve education in the Commonwealth at all levels.
GOOD SCHOOLS PENNSLYVANIA
226 Paul St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15211
A statewide non-profit organization working with a coalition of education, religious and civic associations to mobolize parents, students and concerned citizens for comprehensive public education reform.