The Romeikes — father Uwe, mother Hannelore, and their then-five children — fled Germany in 2009 over the country’s severe compulsory education laws, which effectively outlaw home schooling and require all children to attend school outside the home.
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About 1,000 Californians rallied at the state capitol in August to protest the legislation and other bills that they feared would take away parental rights.
Catholic, Muslim and Ethiopian Orthodox parents sued the Montgomery County Board of Education on May 24, after it changed its parental-notification and opt-out policies.
The new poll comes on the heels of the state attorney general’s lawsuit against three school districts.
With Lawmakers Cracking Down on Parental Rights, California Families Weigh Options Amid Looming ‘Impasse’
As LGBTQ themes surface across school curriculum, Kathleen Domingo of the California Catholic Conference explains why opting-out may no longer be possible for Catholic families that want to safeguard their children.
The mother has now been fined $300 — plus a penalty of $20 a day, not to exceed $1,200 — until she enrolls her son in school.
Lawmakers this week also set athletic standards that require students to participate in programs that align with their biological sex.
Celebrity-Led Rosary Rally Promotes Ballot Measure to Protect Parental Rights in Ohio’s Constitution
Huge event is planned for Aug. 6, the feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord.
Schools “shall respect parents’ values and beliefs,” the policy says, with parents permitted to “make the best decisions with respect to their children,” while schools will be required to “keep parents informed about their children’s well-being.”