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Amy Carney: A bill to post teaching materials would help, not hurt, Arizona Schools

Opinion: If Senate Bill 1211 passes, there would be no need to debate whether divisive lessons are being taught. The materials would speak for themselves. By Amy Carney, BEST Deputy Director Transparency builds trust. And though school districts in Arizona and around the country tout trust as one of their core values, they’ve been keeping parents in the dark about the materials used in the classroom to educate students. Thankfully, state legislators around the country are

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BEST National Coalition Call

Join the BEST Team for a update on national education reform issues and current and future events and initiatives of BEST!
This will be an opportunity to connect with other parents, concerned community members, and other members of BEST around the nation

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Wall of Shame: York, Pennsylvania Trustee Needs to Stop Drinking the School Boards Kool-Aid

If you haven’t heard of Tik Tok Terace, here’s what you need to know. Despite this board member’s history of divisive rhetoric and poor decisions,  the school board last week appointed the flamboyant Black Lives Matter activist If you think that you’ve seen the worst of school board members’ bad behavior, think again. You haven’t met Tarece Johnson, aka TikTok Tarece. Despite this board member’s history of divisive rhetoric and poor decisions,  the school board last week appointed the flamboyant Black Lives Matter activist as chair of the Gwinnett County School Board. 

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Wall of Shame: For Gwinnett County School Board, Bad Just Got Worse with Tik Tok Tarece

If you haven’t heard of Tik Tok Terace, here’s what you need to know. Despite this board member’s history of divisive rhetoric and poor decisions,  the school board last week appointed the flamboyant Black Lives Matter activist If you think that you’ve seen the worst of school board members’ bad behavior, think again. You haven’t met Tarece Johnson, aka TikTok Tarece. Despite this board member’s history of divisive rhetoric and poor decisions,  the school board last week appointed the flamboyant Black Lives Matter activist as chair of the Gwinnett County School Board. 

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