Press Release

Choice Media Releases Satirical Rap Music Video to Promote School Choice

Hoboken, NJ - ChoiceMedia.TV announced today the release of “We Don’t Want School Choice,” a satirical rap music video mocking those who oppose the school choice movement. Choreographed by Broadway choreographer Wendy Seyb, “We Don’t Want School Choice” is a hilarious argument in favor of school choice and the idea that parents, not bureaucrats, should choose their children’s schools. 

(excerpt – a full transcript of lyrics can be read here

District schools are the same

But it’s ok, my kids are lame



We don’t want school choice

We don’t want school choice, oh no!


Families with cash

Their choice secure

But we shouldn’t choose

Cause we’re too poor



Tell us what to do

Tell us what to do 


We rich should pick our schools

While the poor should clean our pools


Don’t let the parents choose

That could cause a drop in dues


And if their schools are failing

Oh, just tell them to go sailing


ChoiceMedia.TV’s executive director Bob Bowdon said, “The education establishment spends millions of dollars annually to prevent parents from having any kind of choice in their child’s education. The concept of anyone not wanting options, whether it’s for the food they eat, the cars they drive or the schools their children attend is so absurd that the comedy flows naturally”

Founded by veteran television host and award-winning documentary filmmaker Bob Bowdon, Choice Media is the nation’s online hub for education news. Choice Media selects the most pertinent headlines from coast-to-coast, provide real-time analysis of developing stories and original reporting on education news. Bowdon has been a television producer, reporter and commentator for the past fifteen years. His varied career has seen him conducting in-depth on-camera interviews, anchoring newscasts, producing nationally syndicated TV shows and appearing in satirical news sketches for the Onion News Network. The Cartel, Bowdon’s award-winning documentary, reveals the nature and extent of corruption in public education. 


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