Teacher Licensing Ruling Delayed Past Election

On October 18th, Administrative Law Judge Jim Mortenson extended the deadline for his ruling on the proposed teacher licensing standards to November 23, 2022, prolonging his decision well beyond the November 8th election.

In its October 21st announcement of the changed deadline, the Teacher Licensing Board (PELSB) stated that the judge’s report “will detail whether all or some of the proposed [Read More]

CDC to Discuss Making the Covid Shot a Required Immunization for School Age Children NOW

WHAT CAN YOU DO RIGHT NOW?

Write a comment in opposition to this plan. Deadline day of the meeting, October 19! Go to FRN October 2022 ACIP Meeting and click the blue comment button on the upper left of the page.

See below for background information and suggestions for comments.

“This is a crucial decision. Not only will it put children at [Read More]

Teacher Licensing Rules: Current Update

We are grateful for the outpouring of opposition to what the Walz administration is attempting to impose on our schools. The process is very likely being extended past the election, so that voters won’t take out their outrage at the ballot box. It’s too late for that. We see what state government is doing its best to impose on us!

The [Read More]

2024-06-04T12:02:08-05:00September 30, 2022|CPL Article, CRT-Equity, education, legislation|

Teacher Licensing Hearing and Comments

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2024-06-04T12:04:01-05:00August 27, 2022|CPL Article, CRT-Equity, education, legislation|

SCOTUS: No Constitutional “Right” to Kill the Innocent

Abortion was never a “right” protected by the U.S. Constitution. This fact was finally recognized on June 24, 2022, with the court’s momentous Dobbs vs. Jackson ruling.

The court did not “take away the constitutional right to abortion.” The Court overturned and corrected the wrongful Roe vs. Wade ruling and ruled [Read More]

Teachers Must Demonstrate a Marxist Worldview to Obtain their Teaching License

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ALERT: Most CRT Teacher Licensing Standards APPROVED


What the Teacher Licensing New Standards Would Mean

The Minnesota teacher licensing board is [Read More]

Covid Relief Funding Streams for School Districts

Massive federal “Covid Relief” spending bills allocated $2,185,882,951 (that’s billion!) to Minnesota in the past two years. How was this money distributed?

Minnesota’s State Plan for the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (PDF) uses the criteria laid out by the U.S. Department of Education. The Covid-19 Federal Funds per District [Read More]

2024-06-04T13:29:55-05:00March 13, 2022|CPL Article, education, governance, kids & covid|

Prohibit Obscenity in Schools Act

Obscenity in Schools

SF1609 and HF232
MN bills 2021-2022

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  1. Obscenity is harmful to minors
    Obscenity is defined in Minnesota Statute as harmful to minors:
    Minnesota statute 617.291:
    Subdivision 1. Finding. The legislature finds that sexually explicit materials and exhibitions presented before an audience are harmful to minors.
    Subdivision 2. Best interest. It is in the best [Read More]
2024-06-04T13:37:30-05:00December 9, 2021|CPL Article, education, exploitation, gender, sexuality education|

Serious Questions about the Rush to Inject Children

It has been said the truth can handle a few questions.

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Child Protection League has many serious questions about the rush to inject children between the ages of 5-11 with experimental mRNA ‘vaccines’ for which there is no long-term safety data. None.

Question #1: Since when did the ‘let’s just do it’ [Read More]

2024-06-04T13:39:25-05:00November 30, 2021|CPL Article, kids & covid, privacy|
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