Originally Posted by Stan
Not to much different than anyone in Congress or Senate that vote on public school items.
How many of their kids are in private school.
This may be a legitimate point. As a teacher I have wondered how many politicians who vote on public education have or have had children go through the public school system? Perhaps I should spend some time on Google researching this matter.
As for the Howell situation, the people I know who home school their children are kooky but they generally know a lot about education and are interested in seeing their children succeed. Maybe this elected official will bring some new ideas to the Howell public school board meetings.
Finally whether she home schools her children or not school boards spend a lot of time on issues outside of the classroom such as budget, contracts, time lines, etc.