On this edition of On the Road, RiShawn Biddle joins Shirley Ford of Parent Revolution, and Carrie Remis of Rochester’s Parent Power Project at StudentsFirstNY’s first annual Parent Empowerment Conference to discuss how families can take power in American public education, focus on the opportunities and challenges of taking on traditionalists opposed to systemic reform, and explain how parents can gain the knowledge they need to build cultures of genius for their children.
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As the countdown begins for the first annual Summer of Transforming Education fundraising campaign for grassroots reform groups coming this Memorial Day, watch this month’s On the Road podcast featuring Connecticut Parents Union President (and Dropout Nation Contributing Editor) Gwen Samuel’s testimony before the U.S. House Education and the Workforce Committee. Learn how Parent Power and school choice are critical aspects of to help all children succeed in school and in life. (Connecticut Parents Union, which helped pass Nutmeg State Gov Dan Malloy’s array of reforms, is one of the organizations Dropout Nation will ask you to support, either as a Champion of Parent Power member or through a generous donation.)
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On this inaugural edition of On the Road with Dropout Nation, Editor RiShawn Biddle speaks at last week’s Restoring Excellence in Education conference on the importance of expanding school choice, enacting Parent Trigger laws, and improving school data so that families can exercise their rightful roles as lead decision-makers in education. Now, more than ever, it will take armies of parents to help solve the nation’s education crisis and help all kids succeed.
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