Get trained to serve on your school board before the new year

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Before we know it, a new year will be upon us. Can you believe it? That means positive change is on the way in many local school districts because parent friendly candidates won their school board race last month. We have heard of exceptional victories across the state of moms, dads, and community members who will now be replacing anti-parent progressives who pushed radical school policies above what the state laws required. These incumbents were held accountable by local voters – and we are thankful! Elections matter.  

But now the work begins to train and equip these new school board members. In a matter of weeks, they will take their oath to uphold the laws of the state of New Jersey. Immediately, these fresh voices of parental rights will face school board attorneys who prefer a “wait and see” approach before adopting any changes to school policies, thereby essentially muting the will of the voters. In addition, left over progressive incumbents, including many school board presidents, will try to confuse these new parent friendly school board members on what local school districts can and cannot do according to state laws, regulations, guidance, and standards.  

That is why it is so important for these new school board members to take advantage of our national ally Family Policy Alliance School Board Academy training. This live interactive training takes place next week on Dec 5,6, and 7th. The NJFPC has already signed up people from our state to join the training.However, this same training is offered “on demand” for more convenience.  

I audited this training months ago and was taken back by the intense and quick moving topics presented by leading attorneys, policy advocates, think tanks, and longtime experienced school board members from across the nation. A major takeaway for me was to learn the extent of power a school board has to make hold decisions without government interference.   

Highlights include:

Model policies for parents to review instructional materials and teacher development training materials. 

Comprehensive Sex Education compared to Sexual Risk Avoidance curriculum

Robert’s Rules of Order and tactics to delay the passage of bad policies 

How to spot radical gender ideology, social emotional learning, and critical race theory in textbooks and unapproved ad hoc handouts. 

Why and how to question and hold accountable school board attorneys who refuse to fight back against state overreach. 

If you know someone who will be serving on a local board of education, please forward the information on this opportunity to learn from others who have successfully navigated school board meetings and state policies for years.  

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