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Culture, Public Education
Cross-dressing book for pre-K students crossed the line: Kansas City school district changes book-approval system after Lion story

A school district that gave preschoolers a book on cross-dressing has changed its procedures for giving out books after news of the incident surfaced last week. Read More

December 5, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Agency of Education creating parent council

(The Center Square) – Getting parents more involved in their children’s education in Vermont is the focus of a new council. The Agency of Education announced it is creating a … Read More

December 5, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Schools cannot and should not keep students’ gender identities from parents, transgender psychologist argues

A transgender psychologist has come forward to support parents who are suing to stop schools from hiding their children’s change in gender identities. In August, a district court… Read More

December 2, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Connecticut School District Approves Transgender Book For Second Graders Amid Backlash From Parents

(Daily Caller) – A Connecticut school district approved a book about a young boy who wants to become transgender for second graders, despite backlash from parents. The Darien Public School… Read More

December 2, 2022
Culture, Homeschools
Homeschool programs, hybrid options encourage mid-year signups

It’s never too late to pull your children from public school – even in December and beyond. That’s what Angie Hoffman, founder of The Hearth Room… Read More

November 30, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Cross-dressing picture book allegedly a class assignment in Kansas City-area preschool, sending grandfather into battle

A children’s book promoting cross-dressing was handed out this week to a 4-year-old’s Kansas City-area preschool class, according to the girl’s livid grandfather. “This is what my granddaughter’s… Read More

November 30, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Oregon school district sides with ‘LGBTQ activist bullies’ in moving board meetings online, critics say

A school board in Oregon will move meetings online until further notice, citing concerns over safety and civility. Critics say it’s an attempt to silence conservative parents. The North… Read More

November 23, 2022
Culture
Survey: 98% of parents report finding sexually explicit content in school

A staggering 98% of parents surveyed say their children have been exposed to sexually explicit materials in school.  Nearly one-in-five respondents spoke of teachers… Read More

November 18, 2022
Homeschools
After strip-searching a couple’s six homeschooled children ‘without cause,’ Kentucky Child Protective Services pays $515,000

Child Protective Services officials in Kentucky have paid $515,000 to a homeschool family to settle a court case involving a strip-search of all six children in their home. … Read More

November 18, 2022
Public Education
Kansas parent addresses school board with content, curriculum concerns

(The Sentinel) – Kirsten Workman, who withdrew her daughter from high school English class over her concerns its content focused more on Critical Race Theory, gender issues, and political… Read More

November 17, 2022
Legislation
Illinois parents push to extend statewide school choice program

(The Center Square) – Parents of students from across the state involved with the state’s Invest In Kids school choice pilot program are lobbying Illinois lawmakers to make it permanent. Read More

November 17, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Teachers’ union blasted over tweet suggesting teachers know what students need better than parents

The country’s largest teachers’ union was chastised over the weekend for its tweet that educators know what their students need “better than anyone.” “Educators love their students and… Read More

November 16, 2022
Culture
Commenting begins on proposed rules seeking to protect minors at Missouri public libraries

(The Center Square) – Missourians have 30 days beginning today to comment on a proposed rule requiring state-funded libraries to have written policies describing what materials are appropriate for minors. Read More

November 16, 2022
Culture
Democratic congressman from California takes heat for calling Republican colleague’s pro-parent message ‘so stupid’

Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-California, left; Sen. Tim Scott, R-South Carolina, right. “This is so stupid” was the message of a U.S. congressman about a fellow lawmaker’s support… Read More

November 15, 2022
Homeschools
Kansas parents explain the homeschooling surge

(The Sentinel) – K-12 schools in Kansas have lost more than 10,000 students since the beginning of the pandemic, and homeschooling registrations have more than tripled during that period. Read More

November 15, 2022
Culture
Minnesota children’s hospital offers ‘gender-affirming’ care to minors, even toddlers

Children’s Minnesota hospital offers gender treatments for minors, from toddlers on up. The hospital is among a number of institutions across the U.S. recently exposed for offering the… Read More

November 11, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Stephen Colbert said Tudor Dixon ‘made up’ story of dad who found explicit book at school. Dad says, ‘Just Google it’

The story of what one dad found in his son’s school is so shocking, late-night host Stephen Colbert said the political candidate who told it made it up. Read More

November 8, 2022
Culture
Company offering gender transition treatment for $99 and a quick video call is one of several

(Daily Caller) – Medical professionals are prescribing cross-sex drugs to patients without in-person evaluations through several telehealth companies that boast of fast and easy access to hormonal drugs and other… Read More

November 8, 2022
Culture
Florida medical boards approve ban on gender treatments for minors

Florida’s two medical boards have approved a rule banning puberty blockers and other gender transition treatments for minors. At a joint meeting on Friday, the Florida Board of… Read More

November 7, 2022
Homeschools
Here’s why parents say they’re homeschooling their children – and what the government can do to help

As the nation continues to see increased interest in homeschooling, many experts say removing institutional barriers and obstacles have helped fuel that growth. “The movement to reduce regulatory… Read More

November 7, 2022