Concerned About Public School and Only Wishing You Could Afford an Alternative?

Get Educated about Wyoming’s New Proposal for Educational Choice!

08 May 2001 --- Saving for the future --- Image by ©LWA-Dann Tardif/CORBIS

So many parents across America today are deeply troubled about the direction of public education. Those living in Wyoming are no exception.

The recent passage of the massive Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) replacing NCLB, which cements Common Core and ultimately increases federal control, was a great disappointment to parent-driven grassroots groups.  Even many politicians who profess a belief in limited government jumped on the bandwagon and tried to convince you and me that this giant of a bill (passed with no time to read it) actually gives states any real autonomy.

While you and I could be seriously discouraged right now, Wyoming Citizens Opposing Common Core is not.  We, like many grassroots groups across the U.S., realize it’s time to change our focus on how we handle this devastating educational trend. Instead of continuing to fight something with too many tentacles to cut off, it’s time to support ideas that empower parents and promote quality alternatives that will compete for the leviathan’s food source.

That’s what this proposal, Wyoming’s Educational Savings Account and Tax Credit Program, is all about.  Legislation will eventually be necessary of course, so we implore you to get educated about this idea now before the time approaches for political action. (See PDF file below)

Use social media. Use e-mail. Use your good old-fashioned people skills. Share. Share. And share some more. We will need mountains of educated and vocal proponents once it’s time to talk to legislators.

Check out the proposal below to see how this is a win-win-win for Wyoming (including a win for public schools!)  We are so very excited about this idea.  Please let us know what you think.

Easily download the document below the viewer and share this file with EVERYONE, especially those looking for a way to afford an alternative educational choice!

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