One of the strengths, as well as one of the weaknesses of education in this country, is local control. That’s why parents are so outraged over their treatment by their boards of education (“Now that school parents are finally being taken seriously, here’s what’s got to change,” New York Post, Nov. 15).
In the final analysis, parents know what is best for their own children. Deprived of choice, they are going to push back. The controversy over critical race theory is the latest example. Instead of teaching the basics, school boards are indoctrinating students with victimization.
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