Parents Have A Right To Be Informed

A parent once asked a WPS principal about members of a committee at the school. “I’m an open book,” she responded. “Completely transparent. I’ll get you the names,” she promised. Days went by, and then those days turned into weeks. When questioned about her promise to provide the information, she stalled, claiming “I’m working on it.”

“Enriching our brains with new and valuable information improves our ability to think, analyze, and process the world around us. Education is important because it broadens our knowledge, and this knowledge then opens our minds to new perspectives, ideas, beliefs, and cultures.”

Wellesley Concerned Parents

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