DeSantis Signs School Board Term Limits
Radical left-wing indoctrination in schools across America is quickly becoming a hot-button issue.
Children are taught propaganda on social justice, gender identity, sexuality, and the role of the state in their lives, but they are seldom, if at all, taught useful vocational skills, financial education, or deep philosophical discourse.
The education system in America has been subverted beyond recognition by a lack of transparency and parental oversight.
Parents have a right to oversight on what their children are taught and exposed to in schools—something the left is adamantly opposed to, due to the nature of leftist subversion.
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In response to these growing concerns, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed HB 1467 into law—limiting the number of years individuals can serve on school boards:
Conservative Brief quotes Governor DeSantis:
“We reject those that say, parents not only shouldn’t be involved but there are also some say, parents don’t even have a right to know what is being taught in this, that there are actually some places where you can make serious decisions for these kids and not inform the parents about it,” he said.
“And so, that is not going to fly in the state of Florida. We’re going to make sure that parents have a seat at the table, and that we protect — protect their rights because nobody has more invested in the proper well-being of kids than the parents themselves.
Great legislation being passed in Florida!
✅ Curriculum and instructional materials transparency
✅ Term limits for school board members
✅ Training requirements for librarians
2022 – Year of the Parent #parentalrights pic.twitter.com/luYXE8qzBw
— Moms for Liberty (@Moms4Liberty) March 26, 2022
Governor Desantis signed into law HB 1467, an education bill that ensures parents rights & term limits for our school board members. Proud to stand w/ Governor Desantis who is standing up for our parents and students. @GovRonDeSantis @richardcorcoran @Moms4Liberty @FLGOPMajority pic.twitter.com/T1CjF9ox9K
— Elizabeth Fetterhoff (@BetterWFetter) March 26, 2022
Click Orlando explains:
Current board members who by the end of their ongoing term would have served 12 consecutive years in office will be barred from appearing on the ballot for reelection in November, the bill states. Service of a term that commenced before November 8, 2022, will not be counted toward this limitation.
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