Universal Pre-K is a Bad Idea, Part 2

Charles

I make my money as a web developer at a tech security company. I chase my passions as a director for the Dallas Junior Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Over the last couple of years I've come to love this city, and I want to see it be as great as it can be. Why am I here?

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  1. Shannon says:

    The biggest issue here is not the government wanting to help children be ready for school. It is the government wanting to control what children are taught even at the most basic levels. We see a strong movement in America to be like other nations, stripping parents of authority over their children. The “experts” believe that they know what is better for children and that parents are incapable of giving their children what they need educationally. The way to control a nation is to control their minds through education. And we see this happening in America.

    Know this, what Americans accept voluntarily from the government will become mandated by the government. Unless we stop sticking our greedy little hands up for free government handouts, we will continue to lose our rights as parents.

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