Good News Travels Fast! In the wake of D115 being called out by the Chicago Tribune, I responded to many calls and emails from local and national news outlets eager to learn
more about Parents Care and the district’s budgetary crisis facing our community.
Today I shared some exciting news with our board of directors on a conference call. New Hampshire’s Commissioner of Education, Frank Edelblut, and President of Parents Defending Education, Nicole Neilly, reached out to me to learn more and discuss how Parents Care is going to change the dynamics between our schools and communities in favor of higher academic achievement, more responsible budgets, and increased transparency.
We are thrilled that such important leaders in education reform have expressed an interest in our work and willingness to work together in the best interests of our children, parents, and taxpayers, and this is only the beginning. With your continued support, we look forward to becoming a permanent community pillar that speaks on and advances high academic achievement, fiscal responsibility, and increased transparency in our schools.