The future of Fairfax County rests on the outcome of Tuesday’s local elections.
Republicans must win and return the county government and school system to policies and practices that benefit hard-working, law abiding county residents
At-large school board candidate Priscilla DeStefano was on Fox & Friends Saturday morning, to discuss the Far Left’s drive to change suburban public schools.
On the Fairfax County School Board, there is virtually no check on the Left’s social engineering agenda. “There is a 10-seat majority of Democrat-backed candidates out of 12,” DeStefano noted. “They don’t have to listen to anyone — so they don’t”
School Board Member Elizabeth Schultz was on WMAL Tuesday morning, to discuss the board’s controversial efforts to redraw school attendance zones based on students’ race, ethnicity or family income. Along with hosts Vincent Cogliese and Mary Walter, Ms. Schultz lamented the board majority’s focus on “social engineering,” rather than core educational issues
Fairfax GOP Chairman Tim Hannigan strongly condemned a draft policy that, if enacted, would redraw the county schools’ attendance zones based on students’ race, ethnicity or family income