At least that is what Debbie Squires of the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principles told the Michigan House Education committee.  She believes that parents don’t know what is best for their children.

Wow…. that is how one nameless (to me) Michigan State Representative responded to her.

Here’s the video below:

 

Now let’s not be too shocked about this statement. She just said aloud what many in her field believes, but just haven’t articulated yet.

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  1. The video has been removed in several instances off YouTube. WOW, the liberal watchdogs are quick to remove evidence that might make them look bad.

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