Can Alabama Afford Status Quo in Education? If You Say No-Ann Eubank is the One For The Task.
Ann Eubank Seeks Alabama State School Board Position - District 3
Hoover -- Conservative activist Ann Eubank has done many things during her lifetime; however, no issue has been more important to her than excellence in education. She retired to become an unpaid full-time citizen lobbyist after witnessing what her grandson was being taught in school. Ann has dedicated the last 15 years to researching and advocating for solutions to the dismal state of our Alabama Public School System. Alabama’s downward spiral began in 2009 when Common Core, aka National Standards, was introduced to the State School Board and was adopted the next year despite an outcry from countless parents and voters.
“Running for office is the last thing I ever thought I would do, but I decided to run for state school board after Stephanie Bell, representative for School Board District 3, had not yet qualified for re-election. It’s imperative that we elect someone who will work to change the trajectory of Alabama education from the bottom of the barrel to the top of the ladder like Florida. Parents and students deserve State School Board members who understand this and will listen to their concerns about the serious problems we face in Alabama’s schools. We need a new perspective on the Board. I am the only one running for this position that hasn’t been some part of the education establishment.”