Kathleen Brose is the President of Parents Involved in Community Schools (www.piics.org), a parent support group in Seattle Washington. She graduated from the University of Washington, Seattle, with a B.A. in History in 2009. She has volunteered extensively for 18 years in the Seattle Public Schools where her children were enrolled.
In 2000 Kathleen Brose led an organization called Parents Involved in Community Schools which filed a lawsuit against the Seattle School District, challenging its “tie-breaker” rule in Seattle Public Schools which gave preference to racial minorities in school assignments when all else was equal. The … Read MoreThe Tie Breaker Ruling in Perspective: A Plaintiff Looks Back on the Historic U.S. Supreme Court Decision of 2007