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#102: Restoring Power to Parents for Our Children's Education

August 01, 2022 Sherman Tylawsky
#102: Restoring Power to Parents for Our Children's Education
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Friends & Fellow Citizens
#102: Restoring Power to Parents for Our Children's Education
Aug 01, 2022
Sherman Tylawsky

In recent years, we have been hearing much about schools closed during the pandemic. But school closures are far from the only political battles as pandemic-era restrictions subside. From San Francisco to suburban Virginia, the decline in civil debate, decency, and ethics are sparking a new movement for parents across America to play a bigger role in their children's education. Erin Phillips, co-founder and president of Power2Parent, shares her story of getting involved as a mother in her local education system in Southern Nevada. She also discusses how parents in Nevada and around the U.S. are realizing the indecency of school systems and taking action to do what is best for their children's education and prosperity.

Learn more about Erin's organization Power2Parent and its work below!

Power2Parent website
"Parental Advisory: Explicit content? Candra Evans' Story" article

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Show Notes

In recent years, we have been hearing much about schools closed during the pandemic. But school closures are far from the only political battles as pandemic-era restrictions subside. From San Francisco to suburban Virginia, the decline in civil debate, decency, and ethics are sparking a new movement for parents across America to play a bigger role in their children's education. Erin Phillips, co-founder and president of Power2Parent, shares her story of getting involved as a mother in her local education system in Southern Nevada. She also discusses how parents in Nevada and around the U.S. are realizing the indecency of school systems and taking action to do what is best for their children's education and prosperity.

Learn more about Erin's organization Power2Parent and its work below!

Power2Parent website
"Parental Advisory: Explicit content? Candra Evans' Story" article

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NOTE: All views expressed by the host are presented in his personal capacity and do not officially represent the views of any affiliated organizations. All views by guests are solely those of the interviewees and may or may not reflect the views of the host or Friends & Fellow Citizens.