WC TO HOST FORUM ON SCHOOL CHOICE
Come join us in defending our Christian values by learning more about education reform.
We would like to invite you to attend a very important meeting on Monday, March 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the WC Auditorium.
Here are the details.
WC believes in school choice. A parent’s right to choose the type of education their child will receive must be preserved. The Bible makes it clear that parents are responsible for education, and they will be held accountable for what is taught to their children.
Our community has an opportunity to boldly defend our faith by better understanding school choice funding initiatives designed to provide all families with equitable access to the education of their choice. There are two movements in Ohio presenting competing viewpoints on this issue that demand our attention moving forward:
- The Backpack Bill (HB 290) proposes that every child in Ohio receive a state scholarship (or voucher) to the school of their choice, regardless of family income or location.
- Public schools have sued the State of Ohio claiming that scholarship programs funded by your tax dollars are unconstitutional.
Come join us in defending our Christian values by learning more about education reform. Reserve your seat and invite a guest.
This is a free informal event featuring open discussion and brief remarks by Ohio House of Representatives Marilyn John (primary HB 290 sponsor) and Ohio Senator Andrew Brenner (school choice advocate). Former WC Head of School and current Executive Director of Ohio Christian Education Network Troy McIntosh and Donovan O’Neil, state director, for Americans for Prosperity will round out our distinguished list of guests.
Space is limited. RSVP today.
In case you are wondering, this is not a fundraising event. It is an educational forum. Dinner is being provided and underwritten by Americans for Prosperity. Seating is limited, so we encourage to you act quickly by reserving your seat now.
Please join us in learning more about the Backpack Bill and its impact on our children.