Op-Ed: Three Pa. bills to give parents more control over their kids’ education
Originally published in The Philadelphia Inquirer
As a devoted James Bond fan, I rushed to see No Time to Die. I don’t usually see much of my own life in Bond’s — but this time, I found him relatable. Why? While I would rather die (another day) than spoil the ending, I can say there were numerous times throughout the film where Bond found himself running out of options.
Minus the Aston Martin, that’s how I and many other parents feel after nearly two years of fighting the teachers’ union bosses and school district bureaucrats beholden to them. Shaken by our lack of options to have a voice in our children’s education, we’ve been stirred to action, as school board protests nationally show.
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