👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Thank your NC Senator for passing Parents’ Bill of Rights.

On Wednesday, a couple days after Senator Berger held a press event announcing their intent to pass the Parents' Bill of Rights ( HB 775), the Senate did just that and passed it. The bill now goes to the House for consideration.

Essentially, the bill protects a parent's right to direct the upbringing, education, and healthcare— mental and physical—of their own children.

With the pandemic, parents had the opportunity to see what was actually being taught and have voiced their desire for continued access to classroom curriculum and materials. This bill strengthens the relationship between schools and parents so both can have improved communication, and can work together for the students’ best interest.

Just because a parent sends their child to public school doesn’t mean they lose their fundamental right to know and have a say in what their child is being taught. If you appreciate the stance taken by NC Senators who voted for the Parents’ Bill of Rights (HB 775), would you consider taking a minute to use this easy click-to-contact tool to tell them thank you?

 




In gratitude,

Tami Fitzgerald,
Executive Director, NC Values

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