One of our readers is fighting back against the corrupt system of public education that would seek to invalidate our morality while teaching our children a new politically correct and amoral (or immoral) morality. She is standing up to the perverse system and seeking to help fix what is broken. Please lend her your ear and then your support!
In September, I received an unusual email. It was from some teachers at my child’s middle school, and it contained handouts from a teacher training meeting about gender identity. The teachers were nervous about expressing their concerns about the training, but they figured a parent had the right to ask honest questions.
If this had been the first time I had been made aware of age-inappropriate materials and course content at my kids’ school, I may not have made the effort to rally other parents in my community to speak to the school board about our concerns—but it wasn’t the first time. There had been a pattern of failure to notify parents of controversial or age-inappropriate content, and it was time to do something.
The gender identity training materials that surfaced this fall were so controversial that they caused a national uproar. Nonetheless, the superintendent and the school board staunchly defended the materials. After nearly a month, they said they would stop using the handouts but then later said they have a “moral and legal obligation” to cover such material because of Title IX, which claim has been proven irrelevant.
Concerned parents and citizens have realized after many board meetings, letters, and one-on-one conferences with individual board members that the current school board is adversarial toward our concerns, so I have decided to run for school board this coming spring.
What at first appeared to be a local problem is looking more and more like a national concern. These same gender identity training handouts recently showed up in Northern California, and parents there are as upset about them as we are. Parents around the country need to unite to take our public schools back from advocacy groups. School time needs to be spent on academic learning that today’s students so desperately need to compete in a global economy.
Because I will be running against the formidable resources of the teacher’s union, whose representative spoke in favor of the district’s training materials at a recent school board meeting, I have started a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for my school board campaign, and I encourage you to donate. Small donations of just $5 or $10 can add up to a campaign that can effectively get a concerned mother on a school board to reinstate parental rights.
The Parents’ Advocate
To donate, visit: https://rally.org/f/4Z6tJKaXv0e