In the late 1960s, a frustrated San Antonio father helped launch the fight for better school funding in Texas. Learn how his passion for justice inspired future generations. This story is part of a special News 88.7 series exploring one of the fundamental questions in the decades-long debate: Is school funding in Texas fair? Or is it falling short? Please visit http://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/funding to learn more.

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Photographs taken by Mark Sobhani
Family archive photos, articles from the Rodriguez family

Support for this series was provided by “The Equity Reporting Project: Restoring the Promise of Education,” which was developed by Renaissance Journalism with funding from the Ford Foundation.

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