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Erin Georgen on the Issues

Who is responsible for a child, the parents or the State? Why?

Parents are primarily responsible for their children. However, there are times when biological parents can’t or won’t be responsible for their children, so it’s also important that resources are available for families in need and that those children are provided for. In that way, the state does also have some responsibility for ensuring the wellbeing …

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Have you read the Washington State Constitution, and do you agree to support this document entirely?

I am not completely sure. I have never read the document in its entirety from start to finish, but I have read many different sections over the last several years while doing research on different issues. I support this document in its entirety in that it includes rules for how to make amendments. I do …

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What are your thoughts on how Public Schools should interact with Home School Students?

The public school system is a tool and resource for every student in the district, even homeschooled students. Parents who chose to homeschool their students for all or a portion of their school day should feel supported by the online public school resources available, and homeschooled students should be welcome to participate in the after …

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