COMMENTARY: A recent article by professor Helen Alvaré offers an encouraging example.
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Public Education ‘Has Lost Its Way,’ Says Teacher Fired by School for Telling Father of 11-Year-Old Girl About Her Gender-Identity ‘Transition’
Discussing the lessons provided by her case, the veteran educator advises parents to pay close attention to books and assignments given to students.
Critics claim it harms youth who identify as ‘LGBTQ+,’ but the experts counter that young children should not be exposed to ideas that are not developmentally appropriate for their age.
Parental movement has spread throughout the country, as parents awaken to their rights and responsibilities for the education of their children.
From Critical Race and Gender Theory Curricula to Abortion Access for Teens, Parental Rights Battles Mount Nationwide
“Parents are realizing that something is deeply wrong, and even if they don’t understand the meaning behind this movement, they sense that it does not have their children’s best interests at heart.”
COMMENTARY: Former Attorney General Bill Barr outlined three phases of ruination in a recent address.
Parents say their children have learned to defend their faith well as a result.
Sister Madeleine Miller applied as a public-school substitute and was told she couldn’t wear her habit if hired.
COMMENTARY: Decisions like the one in Taxpayers for Public Education v. Douglas County School District are not only legally unsound, but they are at odds with the sentiments of most Americans.