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Only 28% Of Americans Have ‘Great Deal’ Of Confidence In Public Schools, Report Shows

By Bo Banks  


Americans are losing confidence in the public school system. They are seeing woke politics drive wedges between education for children and politics. With progressive themes such as critical race theory (CRT) and pride events taking over the curriculum.

According to a new poll from Gallup, only 28% of Americans have a “great deal/quite a lot” of confidence in U.S. public schools in 2022.

“Americans’ confidence in U.S. public schools remains low, with 28% saying they have a great deal or quite a lot of confidence in the institution, similar to 32% last year,” Gallup reported.

“Both figures are down from 41% in 2020, reflecting a brief surge in the early months of the pandemic after registering 29% in 2019,” the outlet continued.



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