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RESTORING NORTH
CAROLINA'S
PROMISE

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SAFE SCHOOLS 

Schools should be the safest buildings in the state, but they're not.

School crime and violence increased 84% in five years. The top 3 crimes in this year's DPI report were drug use, weapon possession, and assault.

Offering school mental health services isn't enough.

As superintendent, I will support fair discipline policies to deter crime and promote classroom civility. I will stand up for teachers' rights to use fair measures to manage their classrooms. I will push for investing more in trained officers in high-priority districts to deter and reduce crime.

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PARENT-FRIENDLY SCHOOLS

Boosting children's academic success requires partnership between parents and teachers. ​

In some schools, parents are kept in the dark about medical treatments.  Children are given surveys that require them to reveal details of their mental state and sexual habits. 

Schools often use this data to monitor, diagnose, and treat psychological issues. 

Parents alone have the right to make medical decisions for their children. Government-sponsored data collection at school should end. As superintendent, I will support and enforce the Parents' Bill of Rights protecting families.

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GET DC OUT OF NC SCHOOLS

Parents, principals, and teachers best determine students' education needs.

 

Politicians and special interest groups impose failed programs and political agendas on our schools, interfering with teaching core academics.

 

For instance, the NCAE teachers union forced school closures during COVID-19, prioritizing social justice over academics. 

I'll reduce the state's ties with political interest groups and will empower local districts to use proven teaching methods for core academics.

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ACADEMICS FIRST

It's time to address NC's K-12 literacy crisis.

 

25% of eighth graders in North Carolina meet national reading, math, and science standards. Test scores in our state indicate that over 800 schools are low-performing. 

As superintendent, I plan to ensure that all money earmarked for education gets to the classroom. I will reduce top-down non-academic programming so schools can focus more on teaching math, reading, science, and history. I will also advocate for small-group tutoring funding for students on the lower and highest ends of the academic achievement scale.

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AMERICAN UNITY AND PATRIOTISM

Students in North Carolina school districts are often exposed to one-sided lessons portraying America as a racist and oppressive nation.

Some schools even teach children to stereotype, scapegoat, and shame others based on their ethnicity, religion, or sexuality.  

These agendas divide students instead of fostering unity and understanding.

 

We must celebrate American exceptionalism while promoting fairness, equality, and unity in our schools. Together, we can inspire the next generation to become informed, engaged, and active members of our society.

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END WASTEFUL SPENDING 

Taxes are skyrocketing. So is inflation. Taxpayers deserve to have their money meant for education reach the classroom.

Money earmarked for schools is often wasted in ways that fail to deliver results.

We spend millions on administrators overseeing federal programs that fail to achieve academic success. Non-academic programs like social-emotional learning also waste money.

As superintendent, I will push for an independent audit of the public school system. I will eliminate bureaucratic bloat, wasteful spending, and unnecessary or redundant positions. 

Renewing Education: A Vision for North Carolina's Future

Michele Morrow NC

ENDORSEMENTS

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