Parents believe political extremism is harming their kids — and want politicians to stop it.
The first national poll to ask detailed questions of American voters about efforts to impose Critical Race Theory and “social justice” curriculum on K-12 schools found overwhelming opposition to it and strong support for a de-politicized curriculum.
This past year, I’ve watched COVID attack every rung of the ladder that helped me up.
So many families have lost parents and grandparents too early. So many small businesses have gone under. Becoming a Christian transformed my life — but for months, too many churches were shut down.
Most of all, I am saddened that millions of kids have lost a year of learning when they could not afford to lose a day.
Republicans have criticized the Virginia Department of Education for considering a plan to end advanced high school diplomas because of the lack of racial equity in students receiving the higher tiered diploma.
Current policy allows a Virginia student to earn an advanced degree…
A Virginia-based grassroots project, “Take the Red,” is releasing a series of videos urging voters to consider the GOP in a new light. One video focuses on the power of school choice to supplant the current monopoly in K-12 education.
“We don’t want anybody to be trapped in the government system,” says Heather Rice. “If you don’t believe that your child is getting the education they deserve, we want you to have a better option.”
Aliscia Andrews, the Republican nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 10th District, joined Fox & Friends Thursday morning to discuss “the suburban mom vote.” Andrews listed public safety, job growth and education as the biggest issues for suburban women this year. “It’s so important that we show families they can be safe in America and we can thrive in America again,” Andrews said. “That’s what people are really looking for specifically in VA-10.”
When elementary and secondary schools began closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, most parents assumed they would reopen in a matter of weeks.
Instead, schools across the country have remained closed and will likely remain closed…
Virginia schools have closed through the end of the school year, and work will not be graded. If you find the kids are uninspired by the remote schoolwork, help them instead explore a new topic with some free online options. Online school K12 has offered free access to more than 17,000 eBook collection called Big Universe through June. The Fairfax County library also has many e-books, magazines, and movies available online
Solutions that could improve the outcomes for students at Mount Vernon and other struggling Fairfax County public schools won’t be implemented this year under the guidance of the current school board. These schools will continue to face higher dropout rates (9.2%) and lower state tests scores for reading and math