It's pretty basic actually.
High school-educated, working-class parents aren’t capable of overseeing their own child’s education, a state lawmaker said last week.
New Hampshire state Sen. Jeanne Dietsch, D-Peterborough, made the comment at a committee hearing last Tuesday while promoting a bill that would stop the state Board of Education from creating a new way of allocating high school graduation credits.
“This idea of parental choice, that’s great if the...
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