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PA State School Boards Assn. Withdraws From National Assn. Because National Assn. Called Parents Domestic Terrorists

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association withdraws from the National School Boards Association.

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) votes to leave the National School Boards Association (NSBA) saying the national association called parents domestic terrorists.

In a letter to its members, PSBA said the group voted unanimously to leave the national association due to a long list of issues with the group, the most recent of which was a controversial letter to President Biden.

“The most recent national controversy surrounding a letter to President Biden suggesting that some parents should be considered domestic terrorists was the final straw. This misguided approach has made our work and that of many school boards more difficult,” the letter stated. 

Read entire article in The Hill

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