Misconception Mondays, Part IV: Public Schools Can’t Adequately Prepare Our Best and Brightest Students

June 30, 2014 |

ryhThis is the fourth and final installment in our blog series, “Misconception Mondays,” in which we dispel a common misconception about Texas public schools. The first step to becoming an advocate for all Texas students is to know the truth about our schools.

While Raise Your Hand Texas believes that every parent and student should make the best educational choice for their family, be it public, private, parochial or home school, the fact is that Texas public schools educate the vast majority – more than 90% – of our students, and those students represent the vast majority of Texas’ future workforce. That’s why there’s so much at stake for our public schools. And that’s why Raise Your Hand Texas is dedicated to advancing public school leadership, advocacy and innovation.



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