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Let schools display the words "God Bless America"

Q: Do you support or oppose. `Keep God in the public sphere`?

A: Strongly Support:

Source: E-mail interview on 2016 PA Senate race with OnTheIssues , Nov 2, 2015

Freedom and choice of schools for parents & children

Q: Do you support or oppose. `Vouchers for school choice`?

A: Strongly Support. Parents and Children should have the freedom and choice of their school.

Source: E-mail interview on 2016 PA Senate race with OnTheIssues , Nov 2, 2015

Against Common Core; for school choice

I received a public school education; therefore, I understand the necessity of School Choice. I am a firm believer in giving Pennsylvania students every opportunity to earn the best education possible. Moreover, the school system needs to be constantly improving itself by being in a competitive environment that holds it accountable.

I am against Common Core and will ensure that Pennsylvania teachers do not have their funding taken away. Teachers must have the resources they need to mold and educate the youth of America. As a horrible test taker, I know that standardized testing is over-emphasized and forces teachers to teach to a test instead of giving students a well-rounded education. I will keep teachers doing what they do best: Educating the future of America and not simply teaching test-taking skills.

Source: 2016 Senate campaign website, EverettStern.com , Apr 1, 2015

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