Freedom of education

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Freedom of education, or educational freedom, or educational liberty, is the right for parents to have their children educated in accordance with their religious and other views, allowing groups to be able to educate children and other age groups without being impeded by the state.


  • Our children are starving for people who can provide them with practical skills that will allow them to build a life for themselves. There are many adults who have those skills and would love the opportunity to prepare kids for a jobs-based economy, if only they were allowed. There are welders, machinists, lawyers, artists, graphic designers, writers, accountants and more out there, all with skills our children need.
    Why shouldn’t any principal at a public school have the option to hire someone like me with significant real-world experience?

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