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ron DeSantis-supported school board candidates The push against “wake up” in the classroom continues, flipping the Sarasota school board to a conservative majority, sailed to victory this week.
Victorious Sarasota School Board candidates Bridget Ziegler, Robin Marinelli and Timothy Enos joined “Fox and Friends First” on Thursday to discuss how they will change curriculum to return to the student-centered agenda.
“All discussions are going to be student-centered,” explained Marinelli Co-host Todd Pirro. “Parents will be allowed to speak, and they will be given three minutes. They will be allowed to speak on the agenda item and will not have to wait until the end of the school board meeting to speak on other things.”
“It is not fair for a family that a mother or a father should not get home till 830 pm to be with their children,” she continued. “The parents are going to sit at the table.”
The school board previously had a 3–2 liberal majority, which Ziegler said had been so for “decades”.
Enos asked the governor for his support, to which he said permission had been granted to all three. Cross the “finish line”.
“To be able to come to Sarasota, a governor popular as our governor in the state of Florida, to hold a rally to support us, for anyone involved in the children’s relationship and to make sure we represent Well, it’s really humble Florida state values,” Enos said.
“How big an impact?” He continued. “Incredible. I couldn’t thank him enough because it was incredible to have him by our side and be able to push us over the finish line.”
Ziegler said the election results showed how the community “stood” Left’s “Agenda” To educate young students in the classroom.
Ziegler said, “Education is about making sure our students are being educated, not to be liberal or to advance anyone’s agenda, and our community has risen up. I think it’s just An amazing success story.”
“And at the end of the day, like I said, the students will be the ones who are the winners here,” she continued. “So someone else, take your school board back so it can serve your community, your families, and your students.”