Parents for Change started in 2014 in Union Township. Paul Casey was one of the founders of the grassroots group who was not happy with the direction the school board was headed at the time.
Parents for Change would eventually get several of their candidates on the school board with a goal of keeping politics out of the classroom.
Casey, and two former Union Board of Education members Nancy Zuena and Ronnie McDowell spoke to WBGO's Doug Doyle about how they were able to succeed in achieving their goals.
All three members say despite the recent setback for some of Parents for Change candidates in the November election, they are more determined than ever to win back those seats.
Click above to hear an extended interview with Paul Casey, Nancy Zuena and Ronnie McDowell.