- Protection of Rights
- Legal Codes
- 20 U.S. Code § 1232h
This US code protects the rights of students in conjunction with parents. As we battle for parental rights, this code may be of importance.
- 18 U.S. Code § 2252A
Certain activities relating to material constituting or containing child pornography.
- How Schools’ Transgender Policies are Eroding Parents’ Rights (PDF)
The increasingly common practice of rushing to “affirm” and facilitate a transition at school
without informing parents, and even refusing to follow their wishes, runs directly against
a strong body of case law recognizing parents’ constitutional right to raise their children.
- School Boards are the Front Lines
School boards are often the gate keepers for the school districts. The new strategy of those pushing radical agendas to “fundamentally transform our nation” is to do so locally, through our children. Local community leaders are often hostile to the values and virtues of the family.
Parents are beginning to rise up! They want reading, writing and arithmetic – not lessons on Critical Race Theory, equity, gender identity, to name a few. Learn ways you and your community can make a difference at the school board level!
on our School Boards—The Key page.
Minnesota is full steam ahead implementing the racial quotas in school discipline in schools throughout the state. Upon recommendation of the Federal Commission studying school safety, acting U.S. Attorney General Whitaker rescinded the Obama-era “Racial Equity in School Discipline” directive that disregarded federal law and subjected public-school students to two-tiered discipline based on race. In October of 2017, the MN Department of Human Rights (MDHR) sent a letter to 43 school districts informing them that they have a “racial discipline disparity” in violation of the MN Human Rights Act. Unless they entered into a “settlement agreement” with the state, they would file charges and investigate them for civil rights violations.
- Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Equity
Schools are integrating Critical Race Theory (CRT) and equity into all aspects of curriculum, even math! Is your child being exposed to this detrimental theory?
According to Britannica, CRT is the view that race, instead of being biologically grounded and natural, is socially constructed and that race, as a socially constructed concept, functions as a means to maintain the interests of the white population that constructed it. Read more details on this hot topic at Critical Race Theory and Equity.
- History of Significant Policies
Policies of the past follow us into the future. These policies continue to have repercussions today.
- MN State High School League (MSHSL) Transgender Policy
The issue of transgender was addressed by the MSHSL in 2014 which, as predicted, opened the door for girls’ sports teams to biological males. The Child Protection League was active in sounding the alarm. Take a look at the ads CPL produced that are just as relevant today and read the history about this policy at MSHSL Transgender Policy.
- The Bullying Bill
Anti-bullying was never the real purpose of the “Safe & Supportive Schools Act” commonly called the Bullying Bill. Anti-bullying was the pretext used by powerful forces to import, mainstream, and normalize a “social justice,” politically driven agenda.
This law established an entirely new “School Safety Technical Assistance Center” (SSTAC) within the Department of Education, presumably to stop bullying. In reality, it promotes a politicized diversity including, for example, teaching multiple genders, teaching Islam, normalizing boundary-free sexual behaviors and social emotional learning.