The critical question of what our children are being taught in school has never been more important than it is today.
Perhaps just as pressing is the issue of what topics are no longer being taught – and why.
The saying “all politics is local” is more than just words when it comes to school curriculum – it’s reality.
We’ve become far too focused on what Washington politicians are saying on cable news instead of what “off the radar” leaders are doing at the state and local level.
One thing the COVID-19 pandemic taught us is that state and local leaders have a lot of power over our lives.
Whether it’s school curriculum, election integrity, law and order, crime, sanctuary cities or the opioid crisis, local leadership matters a great deal and we must prioritize it.
“Teach D-Day In Schools: State & Local Leadership Matters” Transcript:
If Every School Taught A Lesson About What America Did On June 6, 1944…
President Ronald Reagan: “Here the Allies stood and fought against tyranny, in a giant undertaking unparalleled in human history.”
We’d Be Taking A Step In The Right Direction.
State & Local Leadership Matters.
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