In an opinion piece for the New York Post, I gave parents across America a timely reminder that they are in charge of their kids’ education, not public school teachers, school boards, or the government.
Those looking to quell the pesky parental rebellion in America’s public schools need to face up to this simple, incontrovertible fact: parents are the primary educators of their children. From before they’re even born, parents teach their children by their words and deeds. As kids grow, parents often choose to partner with other parents, community leaders and teachers to amplify their children’s learning. But ultimate responsibility for the quality of a child’s education — physical, mental and spiritual — lies solely with parents.
Read the full article at the New York Post website.