As a product of Lincoln County Schools, our state’s public universities and community colleges, and a parent of a pre-school aged child, Jason is very concerned about supporting educational advancement and efficiencies at all levels in North Carolina.
Jason believes that our state should always offer the very best in education for our children and that we should set the bar as high as possible so that we give our children the best opportunity to compete in a global economy.
He also believes that we must eliminate a bloated education bureaucracy so that our tax dollars are used to educate children and empower teachers in their classrooms.
Jason believes in school choice and that competition is the best way to improve education performance.
To that point, fair comparisons must be made and when we find innovations in one area, we must quickly implement those advances throughout our public schools.
Oversight in Raleigh is necessary, however, creating bloated government regulations or over meddling by governing bodies is not.
Homeschooling, charter schools, private schools, and our traditional public schools all play a very important part in making sure that we offer the best choices possible for parents as they decide what is best for their child.