This letter strongly urges suspension of work on this bill “until a new administration is elected that, we hope, will follow the rule of law and the Constitution regarding the proper federal role in education.”This request is being made because:“…for a conference report to be acceptable to this President, given the administration’s dangerous record in so many aspects of the ESEA and related statutes and programs, the report would be completely unacceptable to us and our membership – the millions of families, students, and in many cases teachers, such as the majority of those surveyed from Tennessee that oppose implementation of Common Core, of this nation who are affected by these policies.”…This is a powerful statement from grassroots organizations across the nation that we demand the elimination of federal control over education.”
It started with one, one girl they found under a bridge in Des Moines headed for certain death in her own words. Since that time Freedom for Youth has served several hundred young adults. Helping them learn healthy lifestyle habits, learn skills and vocations, hold jobs, and, most importantly find true freedom when they learn to live for Christ. The ministry accepts no tax dollars, but instead is saving taxpayers dollars when kids leave dangerous habits that can lead to unemployment, health risks, and living off government aid; and instead turning them into responsible members of society. Plus, in many smaller communities these young adults are the future. Freedom for Youth may actually be saving some of these rural communities by making sure the next generation is productive – giving rather than taking services in the community. FreedomforYouth.org
Join Freedom for Youth at their Oct 13th banquet at the Airport Holiday Inn, 6111 Fleur Drive, Des Moines. 6-8 p.m. Consider hosting a table to see how you can support a ministry that is truly making a difference where you live – right here at home. RSVP to Joyce by Oct 5 at 515-282-4822.