Twitter users blast NPR, Randi Weingarten over poll suggesting parents ‘satisfied’ with child’s education

“A national poll finds that parents across the political spectrum are satisfied with their children’s schools and feel well-informed about controversial topics — in contrast to the messaging of a small minority clamoring for parents’ rights,” the NPR tweet touting the poll read. 

The poll, conducted by NPR and Ipsos, asked 1,007 parents of school-aged children a variety of questions about their children’s education as U.S. schools attempt to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Washington DC USA, May 5,2011. Facade of the National Public Radio (NPR) headquarters building.

Washington DC USA, May 5,2011. Facade of the National Public Radio (NPR) headquarters building.

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