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Protecting and Preparing the Next Generation

College isn’t the only path to success, and tuition isn’t getting any cheaper.

Education needs commonsense reform to meet the needs of all students, no matter the path they choose in life—whether that’s college, technical training, or straight into the workforce.

This approach simply means that equipping students and empowering parents should be top priorities. And it can all be done with FGA’s policy solutions.

Equipping Students

  • Enact Students’ Right to Know reform that discloses a variety of information to high school students, including the cost of tuition across four-year, vocational, and technical institutions.
  • Create an in-state college credit agreement between K-12 and higher education institutions.
  • Allow dual enrollment credits for workforce programs and technical training.
  • Eliminate outdated, state-issued work permits for teenagers, allowing them more freedom to work and gain valuable experience—while maintaining state and federal safety requirements.

Empowering Parents

  • Promote a Parents’ Bill of Rights for K-12 education that requires school boards to notify parents of “controversial” content being taught and provide for an opt-out process.
  • Ban divisive, discriminatory K-12 curricula, such as critical race theory.
Our Protecting and Preparing the Next Generation Experts
Alli Fick

Research Director

Brian Sikma

Senior Fellow

Eric Bledsoe

Senior Fellow

Haley Holik

Senior Fellow

Jonathan Bain

Senior Research Fellow

Jonathan Ingram

Vice President of Policy and Research

Nicholas Adolphsen

State Government Affairs Director

At FGA, we don’t just talk about changing policy—we make it happen.

By partnering with FGA through a gift, you can create more policy change that returns America to a country where entrepreneurship thrives, personal responsibility is rewarded, and paychecks replace welfare checks.