Kentucky families support educational freedom
Education should create anenvironment that empowers students to fulfill their unique potential throughout their lives continually. Parents understand better thananybody who their kids are and what they need. I am writing to ask you to listento the growing voice of parents and families in Kentucky who areasking for a change to the current school model and support the Students FirstConstitutional Amendment (HB 174).
Arecent Mason-Dixon poll showed that the Commonwealth overwhelmingly supportedthe idea of a School Choice Constitutional Amendment. Kentuckiansacross ages, genders, and regions support an amendment enshrining school choiceopportunities into the Commonwealth’s constitution.
Thestate of Kentucky consistently falls short in educating our students. Our stateranks below average in testing and educational rankings. Mediocrity is notacceptable for our children. Something must change! We believe every child is uniqueand deserves the opportunity to flourish.
Acrossthe nation, states support educational freedom, including Arizona,Florida, Iowa, Utah, and West Virginia. Now is the time to remove the barriers tocomprehensive learning and empower families to design a learning environment asunique as their children.
Kentuckylegislators are now considering H.B. 174, The Students First ConstitutionalAmendment. We ask that you co-sponsor and vote “YES” on HB 174 to help everystudent thrive. We must empower Kentucky families to put their children in aclassroom as unique as they are.
Education should create an