Constitution Party Charter

All instructions are related to fundamental assumptions about man and God. Instruction in general, therefore, can not be separated from spiritual beliefs.

WE HELP THE PARENTS TO PROPERLY SUPPLY FOR THEIR CHILDREN A CORRECT EDUCATION

We help and support the unimpeded right of parents to give the instruction of the kids in the way they deem most useful, including spiritual, personal or home.
Fair tax help for households whose kids don’t attend government schools should be offered for.
Compulsory attendance regulations should be repealed. Parents do not need to defy regulations by refusing to deliver their kids to universities that they disapprove.
WE HELP OTHER INSTRUCTION ALTERNATIVES:

We affirm the freemarket rules which generate development of instruction through nontraditional alternatives like web-based charter universities, universities, Christian and personal universities, in addition to home schooling choices.
WE DEMAND THE REMOVAL OF POWER OVER EDUCATION OF THE FEDERAL DEPARTMENT:

There’s no Constitutional provision that empowers the government control the teaching of our kids and to offer.
All present national laws associated with instruction should be repealed. No national laws regulating or subsidizing instruction should be enacted.
WE OPPOSE ANY NATIONAL CONTROL OVER THE INSTRUCTION OF CHILDREN:

We explain that no federal company, department, board, or entity may exercise authority over any facet of kids’ breeding because handle over education is currently being relegated to sections besides the Division of Education. Teaching, instruction, and discipline of children are correctly put in the realm of the parents.
Under no conditions should the government be concerned in nationwide instructor certification, academic curricula, text book selection, understanding requirements, comprehensive sex education, mental and psychiatric investigation screening programs, and staff.
Since the reenactment of NCLB, scores have continued to drop and graduation prices have continued to plummet.

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

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