WASHINGTON — Conservative groups that sought to get hundreds of “parents’ rights” activists elected to local school boards largely fell short in last week’s midterm elections, notching notable wins in some Republican strongholds but failing to gain a groundswell of support among moderate voters. Traditionally nonpartisan, local school boards have become fiercely political amid entrenched battles over the teaching of […]
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