Really? Different strokes for different folks and respect for all, regardless of different choice in educating our children, is the winning philosophy for our children's 21st centrury education.<quoted text>
Why not really put your children first and teach them yourself? How is that for fiscal responsibility? Failing to parent and pushing that responsibility onto the innocent taxpayer is inexcusable. This board understands that. Why don't you people wake up and start doing what is right for the kids?
While responsible taxpayers and parents recognize that homeschooling is a good choice for some parents and their kids; one size doesn't fit all.(And I cannot provide proof, but I do believe that parents who choose homeschooling as the best choice for their own children, are required to work diligently within state educational guildelines, and these parents/teachers at home have earned, and deserve, the same measure of respect as our good teachers working in our public schools). Some of our best neighbors are parents/teachers at home, and their families are good citizens who contribute to the success of Springboro's "good life" that all our residents in Springboro enjoy!
I do know, as a taxpaying voter in the Springboro school district, I take great civic pride in contributing to our children's education, and I never think of myself as a "victim" of the public schools "system."
And as a responsible citizen, I will do what I can do to make sure that our Springboro school children (who are really the innocent)
do not fall "victim" to this ongoing NEA/OEA/SEA war of words attacking Springboro taxpayers, and our reform-minded BOE majority, during these challenging times of union negotiations.