Feenstra Votes to Protect Parents’ Right to be Involved in Children’s Education

Washington, DC — Congressman Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) voted for, and the U.S. House of Representatives passed, the Parents Bill of Rights Act last week, which affirms and codifies the right of parents to be involved in their children’s education.

Feenstra says that parents have a “fundamental right to be involved in their children’s education.” He says that after years of lockdowns, mask mandates, and school closures, it’s “…clear that parents should have a stronger voice in our educational system than unelected bureaucrats and teachers’ unions. As a father of four, I am proud to join my Republican colleagues in passing the Parents Bill of Rights Act to ensure that every parent has a voice and every child can succeed.”

The Parents Bill of Rights Act outlines five core principles that would apply to every school nationwide that receives federal funding at the expense of American taxpayers.

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