OREGON: PRIE PAC Calling Drazan to Name Marc Thielman 1st Choice for ODE, Director
October 10, 2022
PARENTS’ RIGHTS IN EDUCATION (PRIE) is committed to valuing students, empowering parents and supporting communities to secure great educations for public school children in America. A tax-deductible non-profit organization established in 2011, PRIE has inspired parents all over the nation and beyond to restore parents’ rights in education.
PRIE welcomes all students, families, and community members who care about scholastic success for K-12 public school students. Though PRIE families come from all different backgrounds and from across the political spectrum, we are all united by our love of learning and the possibilities for success in life available to all students through scholarship.
We have a unique opportunity in Oregon to elect a Governor AND a Superintendent of Public Instruction. Here’s why…Oregon State law was changed by a vote of the legislature in 2011, making the Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Oregon voters are not only electing a Governor, they are electing a Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Parents Rights In Education Political Action Committee encourages Christine Drazan, candidate for Governor to name Marc Thielman her first choice for Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the Director of Oregon Department of Education.
OREGON PARENTS ARE FED UP!
We know this request is highly unusual…or is it? Presidential candidates name their Vice Presidential running mates. Why not tell voters who you plan to appoint to this critical role? Oregon parents are fed up with the current state of K-12 public education. They need to know their voices will not go unheeded.
The Oregon Department of Education is responsible for interpreting law, and creating policies and programs implemented in our schools. Oregon parents want to be involved in decisions at the local level… Decisions about what their children are taught, but they have been disrespected and stonewalled by the Oregon Department of Education, Superintendents, the Oregon School Board Association. and the Oregon Education Association.
Not only are schools failing children academically, they have become distribution centers for radical political pedagogies which are permeating every classroom in every grade, beginning in Kindergarten. Controversial curriculums like these featured below are presented to our youngest students…5 year olds in Portland Public Schools in the name of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Why are we teaching our students Gender is like Outer Space, and asking them to name male and female body parts, and any gender and kid can have any type of body? Read About Curriculum Here