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Bridging the Gap: Engaging Schools for Balanced Healthy & Focused Education

by | Aug 12, 2023 | Education, Kids | 0 comments

Introduction: The Kids Are Not Well – Education Has Been Hijacked

Our education system has been hijacked. And our children are being indoctrinated with heaps of politically correct nonsense. This threatens their immediate mental and physical well-being, as well as long-term success, health, and abundant futures.  It's time for conservatives to step up and take control of our children's education. In this guide, we'll discuss how parents can effectively engage with schools to ensure balanced education for their children.

The Importance of Parental Involvement in Education

For too long, liberals have been allowed to push their agenda in the classroom, brainwashing our children with their socialist propaganda while having no skin in the game or accountability for the impact and results of what they’re prescribing for our kids. It's time for parents to get involved and make sure their children are getting a well-rounded education. Parents should attend school board meetings, volunteer in the classroom, and get to know their children's teachers. By being actively involved in their children's education, parents can ensure that their children are being taught the values and principles that align not just with their conservative values, but common sense and a common regard for the long-term health, well-being and success of our kids.

Strategies for Constructive Engagement with Schools

When engaging with schools, it's important to be respectful and professional. By approaching discussions with alignment to an objective educational mission, and a willingness to listen, we can have productive conversations with educators. It's also important to stay informed about what our children are learning in the classroom and to ask questions when we have concerns. By building relationships with educators and administrators, we can work together to ensure that our children are receiving an effective education focused on their success and well-being.

Advocating for Common Sense Perspectives in the Curriculum

The education system has been pushing not just a little left, but way out there in rainbow country with minor attracted persons left. This is a blatant disregard for obvious, common sense risks to the near and long-term health and well-being of students, all to affect the political outcomes of the current adult generation as well as the next.  It's time for parents to demand that our children are taught common sense, or at the very least both sides of the story. We need to advocate for common sense perspectives in the curriculum, making sure that our children are exposed to ideas and values that will serve our kids, not their political preference of educators. This means speaking up when we see bias in the classroom and pushing for common sense, tried and true viewpoints to be included in the curriculum. Our children’s  educational curriculum should not be a social experiment for leftist politics.

Simply by asking for accountability or liability downstream, will shift the conversation. When you’re responsible for the outcome – it changes your inputs. Accounting for the risk and issues alone would shift the framework for curriculum.

Encouraging Open Dialogue Between Parents, Educators, and Children

Communication is key when it comes to education. Parents need to be able to talk openly with their children about what they're learning in school, and educators need to be willing to listen to parents' concerns. We also need to encourage open dialogue between parents and educators, so that we can work together to ensure that our children are receiving a well-rounded education.

Heck, things are so bad we need to stop and get them to articulate the mission and ensure that mission is aligned with our goals as parents in the first place.

Conclusion – The Better We Advocate The More The Kids Win!

It's time for conservatives to take back the education system and ensure that our children are receiving a balanced, healthy, and focused education designed to serve them. By being actively involved in our children's education, advocating for conservative values, and building relationships with educators, we can make sure that our children are prepared for the future and equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.