Action Needed on Revised MN Social Studies Standards

Public Hearing Scheduled on Revised Minnesota Social Studies Standards

Comments Deadline Wednesday, October 25th
Time to weigh in!

A public hearing before an administrative law judge on the proposed revised social studies standards (PDF download) is scheduled for November 8th, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, and November 9th, 1:00 pm to [Read More]

2024-06-03T20:55:35-05:00October 20, 2023|CPL Article, CRT-Equity, curriculum, education|

TRAPPED! Teachers are being trained to believe parents have no place in their kids’ education

Don’t miss the new Season Two, Episode #2 of Trapped: Chaos in the Classroom by Sheila Qualls of Alpha News. This powerful audio podcast is a shocking revelation about Mounds View Public Schools from a former teacher, parents and students in the district. These insiders recount the astounding violence, lack of discipline, drug use, and graduation rates that mask [Read More]

2024-06-03T20:57:07-05:00October 20, 2023|CPL Article|

TRAPPED! The Breakdown of the Teacher-Parent Alliance in MN’s Largest School District

Don’t miss the new Season Two, Episode #1 of Trapped: Chaos in the Classroom by Sheila Qualls of Alpha News. This powerful audio podcast is a hard-hitting account of the Anoka-Hennepin School District from the voices of those present. It is a behind the scenes look into the largest Minnesota school district and what parents are not being told. [Read More]

2024-06-03T20:59:14-05:00October 17, 2023|CPL Article|

CPL Bi-Annual Letter May 2023

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May 2023

Dear Child Protection League Friends,

Child Protection League actively fundraises twice a year with a mailed letter highlighting our work, activities, goals, things to watch for and future objectives. Those who receive it consistently find it an extremely effective summary of our work, and something they wish to share with others.

However, [Read More]

Minnesota is a Dangerous Place for Children

On January 17, 2023, Governor Walz and Lt. Gov. Peggy Flannagan announced they were going to “make Minnesota the best state in the country for kids to grow up.”

Four months later, let’s review the legislation that has been passed or proposed which directly impacts children in Minnesota. As it stands right [Read More]

Adding Sexual Identity & Gender Expression to Protected Classes Within the Department of Human Rights

Find your legislator and contact information: Who represents me? (Senate, House)

Listen to the 10-minute SF2909 Radio Interview with Senator Glenn Gruenhagen and Julie Quist of CPL.

The omnibus Public Safety & Judicial funding bill, SF 2909, Article 3, Section 32, Subd. 1(20) adds [Read More]

2024-06-03T21:30:34-05:00April 20, 2023|CPL Article, exploitation, gender|

Most CRT Teacher Licensing Standards APPROVED

December 6, 2022

The Administrative Law Judge has reviewed the PELSB public hearing and released his report on the proposed teacher licensing standards.

Judge Mortenson approved all but three of the contentious proposed teacher licensing standards. His ruling made only cosmetic changes to the proposed standards and essentially approved [Read More]

America’s Kids Fall Way Behind in Math and Reading

The National Association of Educational Progress (NAEP) report is out and it’s a bombshell. America’s 4th and 8th grade scores in reading and math were the largest drops ever recorded since the first NAEP report went nationwide in 1992.

NAEP places all the blame for the destructive results (especially in our most vulnerable populations), on the draconian lock-down and lock-out [Read More]

2024-06-04T11:54:04-05:00October 28, 2022|CPL Article, education|
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