October 19, 2022

PSO-TX statement on draft policy recommendations released by the Texas Virtual Education Commission

What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?

What’s a Rich Text element?
What’s a Rich Text element?

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The following statement was issued today by the National Coalition for Public School Options-Texas Chapter in response to draft policy recommendations revealed by the Texas Virtual Education Commission at its October 19 meeting:

While we are appreciative that the Texas Virtual Education Commission spent time considering ways to revamp the existing patchwork framework that existing virtual school programs operate under in Texas, we are concerned that the views of parents are not represented in the Commission’s draft legislative recommendations.  

Governor Abbott has made empowering parents a priority of his administration, but yet the draft recommendations revealed at today’s meeting do not reflect this as only bureaucrats will be deciding the educational options available to families.

School choice allows parents to choose the best educational environment for their child. Just this year, we saw Arizona pass the most empowering parent choice legislation in the country, and we’ve watched as Florida has expanded the variety of options available to families as well. Texas parents and students deserve the same.

We hope the Commission will reconsider their draft recommendations, and elevate the decision making power of parents in their child’s education.

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