Interview with Evelyn Morash
QUESTION 10
JACKIE SHEARER:

What about the difference between, if you think there was one, the Home And School Association and parental involvement as mandated by the court order?

EVELYN MORASH:

Home and School Association involvement really had the blessing of the school department, ah, because it was a, it was a, it was a very passive, benevolent kind of thing. I mean, you did cake sales. You raised money. You filled in the gaps that the school budget didn't have, ah, but you really didn't get involved in any curriculum issues, looking at, ah, criteria for teacher certification, looking at qualifications of principals. It was a passive kind of involvement. And it wasn't ordered. Ah, and if a school didn't have it, if a school p- principal didn't feel like encouraging our Home and School Association the school principal didn't need to.

JACKIE SHEARER:

I'm sorry, we ran out--