Education Reform

Increase educational reform with respect to the “No Child Left Behind” Act because “education lights the spark from which there is no limitations.”

In 2021, many parents took to the polls and demanded more influence over decisions that affect their children’s futures. In 2022, we can expect the fastest growing segment of public-school parents in the U.S. to build on that momentum – and make a big impact on education policy as a result.

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I will fight to ensure our schools are fully-funded schools. To ease the burden on working parents, We should enact universal childcare and afterschool policies. Our schools should have access to better social support services to serve the most vulnerable kids. And in the context of an ever-changing pandemic, we should continue to reevaluate how we provide a safe and effective education for our children.

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