Guest Column, Opinion-Editorial

The big mistake parents make in education

By ANDREW R. CAMPANELLA
This National School Choice Week (Jan. 26 - Feb. 1), I want to share with you one of the most common short-circuits that parents run into when choosing the right school for their child.
It starts with a thought like this: “Do I as a parent really know best about my child’s education? After all, I don’t have a graduate degree in education. There’s a lot of school jargon I’m not sure about. Should I let more-equipped people make the calls about where and how my child is educated?”
I understand . . .

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