Nearly three-fourths of the sixth graders at Desert Trails Elementary in the Mojave Desert can't read or do math at their grade level. A group of parents tried to engage California's "parent trigger" law to try to fix that. Their local school board rejected the petition, but its reasoning has been struck down by a judge. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis
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