The grassroots group of independents simply want ‘parents to know what their children are being taught’ so that they can make the decision on what’s best for their children.
The home stretch for those running in British Columbia’s municipal elections is about to come to a close, with elections set to take place on Saturday.
In today’s report, I sit down to interview three of 28 school trustee candidates, as well as the campaign manager from a new pro-parent group called Parents Voice BC.
The grassroots group of independents are seeking to give parents more control over what their kids are taught in B.C. schools by providing them with more “transparency and community input,” so that parents can be primarily responsible for their children’s education as opposed to the government.