Education & Workforce

Education is critical for the future success of our nation and our children. I believe that education policy should prioritize local control, parental choice, and academic excellence.

-Emily Barrett

We need to empower parents, teachers, and local communities to make decisions about how best to educate our children. By returning control to the local level, we can create more responsive and effective education policies that meet the needs of individual communities.

Parents need the freedom to choose the best educational options for their children, whether that be through traditional public schools, charter schools, private schools, or homeschooling.

By expanding educational options and promoting school choice, we can increase competition and improve the quality of education for all students. We also need to support teachers and provide them with the resources and tools they need to succeed in the classroom.

As a conservative, I firmly support efforts that reduce the federal government's role in education and promote policies that empower local communities.

This means rolling back federal mandates and regulations that stifle innovation and creativity in our schools. We need to eliminate wasteful spending and prioritize funding for programs that work. We should also support vocational education and training programs that prepare students for careers in high-demand fields.

Education policy needs to promote academic excellence and provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the global economy. This means focusing on core academic subjects, such as reading, writing, and math, and providing students with a well-rounded education that includes music, art, and physical education. By setting high academic standards and promoting accountability, we can ensure that our students are prepared for college, careers, and life.

As a conservative candidate for US Congress, I am committed to education reform that puts students and parents first. I believe that every child deserves access to a high-quality education that prepares them for success in the 21st century.

If elected, I will work to legislate common-sense policies that increase parental choice, improve teacher quality, and expand educational opportunities for all students. I will work to eliminate wasteful spending and reduce the federal government's role in education, returning control to the local level where it belongs. I will work tirelessly to ensure that our education system is providing students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the global economy. Together, we can create a brighter future for our children and ensure that America remains a land of opportunity for generations to come.

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