Last week, lawmakers, educational professionals, and parents gathered in Parker, Colorado to discuss how school choice can improve access to education for children.
Clarice Navarro, a member of the Colorado House of Representatives from the 47th District, led the discussion, sharing her perspective as a politician and parent committed to structuring a school system that works for everyone. Since a child’s abilities, strengths, and needs vary widely, school choice offers students an academic curriculum that can better suit a student’s unique needs.
More than fifty individuals attended the event, where participants discussed the benefits of education savings accounts, tax credit scholarships, the Blaine amendment, and more. One mother learned about the options available to find local tutors for her special needs daughter.
The forum offered an opportunity for the Parker community to come together and engage in a frank discussion about the complexities of offering children tailored educational experiences they need, not one-size-fits-all solutions. They discussed ways to work together to raise awareness, encourage grassroots activism, and make the system better for everyone. Through community events such as this, the Republican Party is committed to bringing Americans together to tackle our nation’s most pressing challenges.
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