Two San Francisco parents are launching an effort to recall members of the San Francisco Board of Education, which has received national attention in recent weeks for its effort to de-name forty-four public schools that are still closed to in-person learning.
Autumn Looijen and Siva Raj, the organizers, filed state and local paperwork last Friday, and say that more than 1,200 residents have already expressed support for the cause, according to The San Francisco Chronicle. The two have five children enrolled in city schools.
“We are parents, not politicians, and intend to stay that way,” said Raj, reports The San Francisco Chronicle. “We are determined to ensure San Francisco’s public schools provide a quality education for every kid in the city.”
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The effort targets School Board President Gabriela López, Vice President Alison M. Colins, and Commissioner Faauuga Moliga, the only three board members who are currently eligible for recall. (Under law, the other four board members must first serve