McAuliffe Says Parents Should Not Be Involved In Their Children’s Education


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Jeanine Martin | BLE

And Bill Kristol is the leading conservative in Virginia

In the debate this week between Gubernatorial candidates, Republican Glenn Youngkin expressed his view that parents should be involved in their children’s education to which

Democrat Terry McAuliffe replied,

“I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach”

Wow. So our kids are stuck learning CRT and very explicit sex acts because the educrats want those things to be taught in our government schools even over parents’ strong objections? (And they wonder why enrollment in public schools has dropped.)


McAuliffe made the remarks in response to Youngkin’s argument that parents should be more involved in the decisions of local school districts.

“I agree with your conclusion Terry, that we should let local school districts actually make these decisions,” Youngkin said. “But we must ask them to include concepts of safety and privacy and respect in the discussion. And we must demand that they include parents in this dialogue.



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