Three ways parents can keep fighting the good fight in 2022

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2021 was the year of the parent. It was the year parents all over the country became engaged with what their kids were learning in school and fought a system which had previously been indoctrinating their kids with no pushback. 

But 2022 will be a far more difficult fight. 2021 was the adrenaline year. Parents felt like they were all in it together. 

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A movement took shape across the country. Whether it was fighting critical race theory or intense COVID-19 rules, parents could look around and see others in the same fight. 

Parents and community members attend a Loudoun County School Board meeting, just 40 minutes from Fairfax, Virginia. (REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein)

Here are three pieces of advice for parents to keep the good fights going into 2022:

1. Wins are important but they are not the end of the road. In Virginia, the election of Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin was cause for celebration. But one governor win does not change make. 

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