The pro-parent movement that became a national political battle after the recent defeat of former liberal Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s call to kick mothers and fathers out of schools has been overwhelmingly embraced by the nation, even liberals.
In an unusual survey about what goes on inside America’s schools, Rasmussen Reports said that 89% of voters believe that it is important for public schools to “fully inform parents” about what is being taught to their children in classrooms.
Republicans felt most passionately about keeping parents informed, with an unheard-of 97% calling it important. But Democrats also agreed with parental involvement, at 84%.