Put Kids First, Put North Dakota First!

For decades, K-12 education has been a source of pride for North Dakotans. But as the world gets smaller and other states (and countries) expand educational offerings to their students, we are in jeopardy of being left behind. For example, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds recently signed their state’s first school choice bill. 

School choice will preserve North Dakota’s reputation for great schools while offering every student an opportunity to succeed, no matter their learning style, status or zip code. 

House Bill No. 1532 reimburses participating North Dakota families up to 30% of tuition at an eligible K-12 nonpublic school. For some families, that might mean the difference between success and failure!

Students deserve a school that fits their needs and aligns with their ethics, beliefs and values. 

Protectors of the status quo in education like the teachers’ union are afraid of school choice because it’s focused on kids, not adults.

Put Kids First. Put North Dakota First. Urge Gov. Burgum to sign House Bill No. 1532 into law!