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(Washington Examiner) One of the reasons education reform is sweeping the country is because families realized how necessary it was during the pandemic. My family was one of them.
I remember opening my work calendar and realizing I had back-to-back meetings for six hours while my twin kindergartners, who couldn’t yet read, had to struggle to complete their schoolwork on their own. My third grader couldn’t figure out her math problems but didn’t have anyone she could ask because the teacher wasn’t available online. My office became the kitchen table, and I became my children’s teacher.
I started to see what my children were learning or, rather, what they weren’t learning. I began to ask questions about the school system, such as, “Why can my daughter take and fail a test 11 times before passing and still not get any additional help? Why is she even allowed to retake a test she’s failed that many times? She clearly doesn’t understand the material.”
I wasn’t alone. Parents all over the country began…Don’t think classroom indoctrination is happening in your schools? Think again