Mr. Mero the lack of innovation lies in the reform movement which you have
espoused and touted. This flawed idelology is the status quo those of us in
education have been living with for over 20 years. It is time that those who are
not the education experts get out of the business of telling the experts how it
should be done.
Mero: "Or, if you truly care about preschoolers, encourage family
structures that are proven to benefit children."One of those
beneficial family structures is children with married parents. And yet Mero and
his organization are among the intellectual leaders of a movement that is
determined to deny the tens of thousands of children in this country with
same-sex parents the many documented benefits of having married parents. Why
would he work to condemn these children to suboptimal outcomes?