We are at a critical juncture when it comes to public education. We must drive reform that lets teachers teach and students learn, without always being focused on the next standardized, high-stakes test right around the corner. We need policies that empower our educators and our children, not regulations that limit teachers' ability to customize their lessons for the students in their classrooms.
Since being elected to the State Senate, Bryan has stood with parents, teachers, and students in opposition to test-focused policies. In Dover, Bryan:
Bryan also believes all students have a right to top-notch instruction and technology in the classroom, regardless of socio-economic background.