School Board Engagement
It is important to engage with your school board and let your voice as a parent or taxpayer be heard. When more citizens show up at the board meetings, there is an increased awareness of dangerous indoctrination that is occurring in classrooms. The more vocal the community as a whole, the more likely change can be effected.
Click here to find the school board that your property taxes are supporting.
Click here for Parents Defending Education’s step by step guide on how to speak at a school board meeting.
Click here for more information on engaging with your school board, courtesy of Parents Defending Education.
If the majority of school board members continue to vote to implement “woke” curriculum and programs, it’s time to consider a run for school board. Most parents and citizens think that there is some sort of educational requirement to run. You only need to be a concerned parent or citizen to run for school board. Many school board members use the school board as a platform to start a career in local politics. Others are ideologues who are intentionally pushing the woke agenda. In either case, this is not the right motivation to protect children from dangerous indoctrination. A concerned parent has pure motivation to run and that will come across in a campaign.
Below are some more resources to learn how to run for school board.
Running for School Board – A Starter Guide! from Parents Defending Education
1776 Pac is seeking to fund school board candidates that will oppose CRT.
Due to dangerous indoctrination, the number of efforts to recall school board members in the US has skyrocketed in 2021 and 2022. Learn more about recall laws here.
Other Winning Stories!
Concerned parents and citizens around the country are making dramatic improvements to the the education in their districts by removing corrupt trustees and replacing them with honest concerned citizens. Here are several winning stories to inspire your efforts.
Southlake Texas: ‘Anti-woke’ candidates win Texas school board race
Illinois group proposes Parents Bill of Rights to the state department of education.
San Francisco Voters Succeed in Ousting Three Progressive School Board Members