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The potential for chaos is due in part to the requirement that only 51% of parents are needed to drive radical changes, a simple majority that could breed factionalism and ongoing instability especially if buyer’s remorse sets in. Schools should teach about the French Revolution, not have their parents act it out. That’s why Adam Emerson, a school-choice analyst at The Fordham Institute who is more bullish on parental empowerment than most in the education world, has suggested that a supermajority or two-thirds benchmark makes more sense as a way to ensure there is a core consensus at a school.

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