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  • Writer's pictureTabitha Glenn

Be Present

"A new survey shows that 68% of parents worry some or a lot about having politicians who are not educators making decisions about what happens in the classroom – the biggest concern reported overall and one that far outweighs their concern over someone in the family contracting COVID-19 or being able to pay bills.
Connected to their worries about political influence in schools, the survey found that the next three biggest concerns for parents centered on their children’s happiness and well-being, their children experiencing stress and anxiety and their children being exposed to violence at school." By Lauren Camera

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