“Parents across the U.S. should not assume that their local district is immune to these trends. The new political education is spreading everywhere, including red states.”
It is time we take back public education. Eliminate the Marxist propaganda being taught to your children.
Do not vote for any more property tax levies until you determine what is being taught in the school district.
A student at “teaching college” has the nerve to think and say the biological truth about a man and a woman.
He is sent to re-education camp.
Exploration of Resolution to Condemn Racism and Advance Equity and Opportunity for Black Students, Indigenous Students and Students of Color adopted by the Ohio State Board of Education in July 2020.
“Action Civcs” for all to see.
The email obtained by Center for Christian Virtue (formerly Citizens for Community Values, CCV), instructs teachers to read a script to students supporting the so-called “anti-discrimination” ordinance.
In the short and medium run, every parent who can, should homeschool their children.
The event promotes pro-homosexual/ pro-transgender books for elementary age children, books like “I am Jazz,” “When Aidan Became a Brother,” and “My Rainbow.”
Parents regularly report the poisonous fruit of bizarre middle school messages, including screaming matches over dinner with badly informed “tweens.”
Parents watch their once-affectionate offspring turn into hard, hostile junior progressives with defiant attitudes, questionable friends, secret activities, falling grades and worse.
We all know college campuses have become centers of radical indoctrination, but now it is happening in K-12 as well, through something called action civics, a new movement in civic education.
Public education will no longer teach core academia.
Only 37% of Illinois third graders and could read, and 41% were at grade level proficiency in math.
“The most popular joke in Moscow nowadays is “democratic elections are elections in which the vote count continues until the Democrats win.”
The group “On Behalf of Liberty” calls for the OEA to fire their President, Scott DiMauro.
This is another call to action from concerned citizens.
Ohio Public schools are failing our children!
Outgoing school board member Lisa Woods calls out the State Superintendent and the entire board for forcing more divisions upon our kids and poisoning the educational environment with race based theories.
The resolution declared Ohio and its education system as “systemically racist against blacks, indigenous people and people of color and in need of internal examination, correction for achievement gaps, disparate discipline, white supremacy, cultural insensitivity, hate speech, and implicit bias” in a 12 to 5 vote on Tuesday, July 14, 2020.
HB 790 Sex Education in Ohio’s Schools…Contact your State Representative
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