South Dakotan. Wife. Mom. Honored to serve as South Dakota's Governor.
Joined on 7 January, 2011
We also know that good education starts in the home. It starts with strong families. COVID-19 underscored just how involved parents need to be in their children’s day-to-day education. It’s our duty to empower parents to set their children up for success. (11)
Coupled with the tremendous work that South Dakota teachers are doing, I believe we can make immediate and long-lasting change in the lives of young South Dakotans. Together, let’s work to support them and ensure they are getting the best materials to achieve that goal. (12/12)
Students should be taught our nation’s history and all that makes America unique. They should see first-hand the importance of civic engagement. And they should have robust discussions in the classroom so they can develop critical thinking skills. (6)
We saw a similar situation play out on Capitol Hill a few days ago. We were all appalled by it. Frankly, it was horrible to watch. Today, we have an opportunity to address the root cause of this problem: we must reform young Americans’ civic education. (5)
South Dakota businesses do incredible things. Maguire Iron (pictured) constructs dozens of water towers a year and fixes/paints hundreds more. Howe Inc. uses cutting edge technology to revolutionize mechanical contracting, and they have an awesome apprenticeship program too.
The Alliance Center in Sioux Falls has a heart for our veterans like you would not believe. Their motto: “A Place for Freedom. A Place to Remember. A Place for All.” Anyone can be a member and support our veterans. Great food, events, and a shooting range too!
Valentina came to SD to help me tell everyone about protecting babies with Down Syndrome from being aborted just because of their diagnosis. She is such a blessing!Thank you @SeanDuffyWI and @RCamposDuffy for sharing your beautiful family with South Dakota this week!
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