To: David Lifferth,
Date: Tue Feb 11 05:49:09 MST 2014
Only allowing 15 parents to review tests is inadequate and not allowing them to "discuss" the questions is ridiculous.
· Parents have the Constitutionally-protected right and duty to exercise primary control over the care, supervision, upbringing, and education of their children (Utah Code Section 62A-4a-201).
· The state's role is secondary and supportive to the primary role of a parent” (Utah Code Section 62A-4a-201).
PARENTS SHALL HAVE PRIMARY CONTROL OVER THE CARE OF THEIR CHILDREN.
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