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The 50-Mile Rule
Case Study

An in-depth assessment of the role aCoach.org played in the successful repeal of the 50-Mile Rule.

Photo credit: Hector Amezcua (Sacramento Bee)

The 50-Mile Rule was a California state rule mandating that families living in federally-funded labor camps must move at least 50 miles away when the camps close for the winter. This rule created significant, long-term negative impacts on students’ academic achievement. This case study outlines how a group of community organizations tried to repeal the rule and the role that aCoach.org play in the their ultimate success.

The 50-Mile Rule and Who it Harmed

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The Repeal Campaign: How it Started

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Roadblocks in the Repeal Campaing

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Coach.org's Role in the Campaign

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How we Won

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In Conclusion...

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