Hundreds of parents from school districts across the state marched to the State House on Tuesday, May 14, to call for legislation that brings education equity, accountability and transparency for all children.

The group was organized by Massachusetts Parents United (MPU), the state’s largest urban parent advocacy organization with chapters in Boston, Lawrence, Lowell, Springfield, Holyoke, Lynn, Salem and New Bedford.

“It’s amazing to see hundreds of parents come together to demand equity for our kids in public education,” said Keri Rodrigues, MPU mom-in-chief. “We call upon the Legislature to make our children the center of the education funding debates in 2019, and not simply focus on the needs of adults.”

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