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Meet Chad

Chad Green is a dedicated public servant, conservative activist, and an esteemed member of the McKinney ISD board. He has recently launched his campaign for the Texas State Board of Education District 12, prepared to challenge the incumbent Republican, Pam Little. A proud native Texan, Chad graduated from Texas A&M University and has called McKinney home since 2009, where he resides with his wife and two children. With over two decades of experience in the education sector, Chad has been a key player in business development for prominent organizations like CTB, McGraw-Hill, NWEA, and The Princeton Review. His leadership has resulted in the creation of several innovative education services that have positively impacted more than fifteen states.

Chad Green's campaign is fueled by a commitment to conservative values and a deep passion for education reform. He believes that the students and parents of District 12 deserve a representative who will champion innovation and challenge the status quo. Chad is acutely aware of the frustrations parents face, having been told how to parent by an out-of-touch bureaucratic body that prioritizes funding over essential aspects such as school choice, parental rights, and meeting the unique needs of every student and family.

Chad asserts, "District 12 deserves a conservative leader, not a rubber stamp for state bureaucracy." He is determined to be that leader, standing up for the values and principles that matter most to his constituents. Chad is committed to addressing critical issues in education, including concerns over the curriculum, parental rights, and the explicit materials in school libraries. He believes in preventing the teaching of radical interpretations in schools and countering the hyper-sexualization of classrooms through the promotion of gender theory.

With the Republican Primary for SBOE 12 scheduled for March 5th, Chad Green is poised to bring a fresh perspective and unwavering dedication to the Texas State Board of Education. He invites the community to join him in the pursuit of meaningful change and a brighter future for District 12 and the entire state of Texas.