AG Garland: ‘Parental Involvement Is Very Important in Education’
CHABOT: "Mr. Attorney General, most of us had other jobs before we got here to Congress. For example, I practiced law for quite a few years, I was county commissioner, I was a member of Cincinnati City Council and before that I was a schoolteacher in Cincinnati, in the inner city. All the students in the school were African-American, and I taught the 7th and 8th grade. It was my experience that the kids who did the best were the ones who had parental involvement in their education. Does that make sense to you?"
GARLAND: "Yes, I think parental involvement is very important in education."