“The term “school choice” when thoughtfully considered is inadequate to describe the proper emphasis of authority necessary to right the education ship. Parents are a child’s first teacher and they should have absolute say in what and how their children learn. We must restore parental authority over children’s education and therefore USPIE will begin by redefining the solution from “school choice” to “parental choice.” Additionally, parental choice means “curriculum choice” where classical, technology-free and other non-Common Core curricula are available.”
The above quote is an excerpt from United States Parents Involved in Education’s (USPIE) school choice position statement. USPIE will be disseminating its school choice position statement in a few weeks as school begins around the country. The USPIE Marketing Committee needs your help to contact as many local radio talk shows as possible so we can request air time to talk about this issue and promote our mission to Stop Fed Ed. The Marketing Committee is working to create a “school choice packet” to send to radio shows which will include:
USPIE School Choice Position Statement
Letter requesting air time
USPIE Stop Fed Ed brochure
Choice Statement Press Release
Please contact your local radio talk shows and ask if they would be willing to have us on to discuss this critical issue. If you do not feel comfortable speaking on the air, USPIE President Sheri Few will be happy to participate. Communications Director April Few is happy to give the radio station an initial call if you will send her the following information to: email@example.com.
The name of the show
The name of the host
Email (if possible)
Address (if possible)
As your child’s first teacher, you should have absolute say in what your child learns. We encourage you to work with USPIE to restore parental authority over children’s education.
Contact Communications Director April Few with any questions or information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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