About Star Parker
Star Parker is the founder and president of CURE, the Center for Urban Renewal Education, a 501(c)(3) non-profit think tank which promotes market based public policy to fight poverty.
in social activism, Star Parker had seven years of first-hand experience in the grip of welfare dependency. Now, as a social
policy consultant, Star is bringing new energy to policy discussions on how to transition America's poor from government dependency.
She is a sought after expert on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC and for national radio, television, and print interviews,
Here are a few
tips to help you make the most of your childrens' education:
Spend time with your kids. Personal attention
and interest in your children's education is essential. Studies show that kids learn better with extra help from their
parents. Whether your children go to public, private, or home school, they need your help, time, and interest in
their education. It does make a big difference.
Take your kids to historical
and scientific sites and learn together! Our parents often took us to museums, science centers, and historical
sites to help supplement our education. Plus, it was great to spend time together and have fun in the process.
3. Supplement your kids' schooling with extracurricular resources. There are many great educational
books and DVDs available for all ages. Visit the library or look at ChristianBook.com, Amazon.com, Answers in Genesis, or Wallbuilders.com for a lot of great resources.
4. Vote for candidates who support options like homeschooling,
school vouchers, etc. In America, parents should have the right to choose where their children attend school.
Unite the USA.org
...Uniting and Activating the Post-9/11 Generation to be Freedom Fighters!
out! It's summer and kids dive into the pool and doing anything but school. But children are leaders of the future. One
great way to make a difference in your home and in our country is by making summer fun and educational.
transformed trips into educational adventures. Visit historical sites and talk about them together. It stimulates communication,
intellectual growth, and well-rounded views.
During this summer break, we hope that you will take some time to help make the most of your
summer vacation for your kids. In this edition of Unite the USA, you will discover tips to enhance your children's education.
Plus, you will an article by Star Parker that exposes the union influences in modern schools.
Thank you for your hard work, perseverance,
and patriotism. Together, we can make a positive difference in America!
Carrie and Stacie Stoelting
Founders of Unite the USA
Unions, public schools, and minority children