Those Who Do Not Have A Voice Need Our Votes
|The above has been distributed in Fairfax county|
Seriously? Are these issues more important than the achievement gap between races, between poor and rich children? Are these more important than the academic challenges we now face?
There is a clear line between truth and lies. Education cannot and should not tolerate lies. And if a candidate for the school board cannot adhere to the truth then that candidate does not deserve to sit on the school board. We must protect our schools especially for those who do not have a voice. We must protect immigrant children. We must work hard to provide access to the curriculum to all students regardless of race, gender and socio-economic status. We must respect all children regardless of their gender identity. Basic education is not sorting children and it is not turning people against other people. But most of all, education is not about telling lies.
Let us place the right people in our school board:
|At-Large||Rachna Sizemore Heizer||electrachna.com||James O’Brien|
|Hunter Mill||Melanie Merenemail@example.com|
|Mt. Vernon||Karen Corbett Sandersfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Springfield||Laura Jane Cohenemail@example.com|