With almost daily media articles about attacks on schools and what they might be teaching, one might think there is a groundswell of mass parental dissatisfaction with what administrators and we teachers are doing in the classroom.
However, a new NPR poll finds that the vast majority of parents are pleased with what is happening in their local schools.
It’s worth reading about the background and details in two different articles:
The education culture war is raging. But for most parents, it’s background noise is from NPR.
American parents are generally fine with what’s being taught in school is from The Washington Post.
This poll reinforces many other recent previous ones, including specific ones on schools’ responses to the pandemic.
Just another reason(s) why We Should Encourage Parent Engagement, But Not Parent Bullying.
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