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E.J. Pipkin on Education


Give parents a choice if their kids' schools fail

State Senator E.J. Pipkin believes that in order to achieve the American Dream, you need to have the best education possible and that it is the responsibility of government to help provide that opportunity. In order for our children and grandchildren to have the best education possible, three things must take place. Government must provide the resources that public schools need in order to succeed; we must hold them accountable for the resources that we give them; and if they fail, we need to give parents the opportunity to send their children to better schools regardless of economic status. As State Senator, E.J. Pipkin has followed these three principles when casting his vote and will continue to follow these same principles as our next United States Senator.
Source: Campaign website, pipkinforsenate.com Aug 11, 2004

Give parents a choice if their kids' schools fail

Government must provide the resources that public schools need in order to succeed; we must hold them accountable for the resources that we give them; and if they fail, we need to give parents the opportunity to send their children to better schools regardless of economic status. As State Senator, E.J. Pipkin has followed these three principles when casting his vote and will continue to follow these same principles as our next United States Senator.
Source: Campaign website, pipkinforsenate.com Aug 11, 2004

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