LAWSUIT: Is Meta a child sexual predator?

In case you missed it, the Attorney General of New Mexico launched a major lawsuit under New Mexico’s Unfair or Deceptive Trade Practices Act against Meta (which includes Facebook, Instagram, Occulus, WhatsApp and Messenger) accusing them of being a public nuisance.

Investigators posing as minor children set up fake accounts which revealed how Meta has been lying about making the platforms [Read More]

2023-12-16T18:30:31-06:00December 13, 2023|CPL Article, exploitation, privacy, SEL|

Marxism 103

The Systemic Racism Built into Critical Race Theory (CRT)

This email update is the third installment of CPL’s Cultural Marxism primers (Marxism 101, Marxism 102). Our goal is to provide easy-to-understand synopses of how Cultural Marxists are radically transforming American culture. As we described in the first two installments, Cultural Marxists [Read More]

What Does Your Nonpublic School Know About SEL?

Child Protection League sent the following letter to nonpublic schools in Minnesota. If you are associated with a nonpublic school, consider asking the administrator if he/she received the information. If they did not, send us their contact information and we will forward the letter on to them.

If they did receive the information, [Read More]

2023-09-15T18:43:45-05:00July 21, 2023|CPL Article, curriculum, education, SEL|

CPL has two major and very exciting announcements!

June 7, 2023

New Website Design

First, we have a fresh, new look! We have a brand-new website that is easier to navigate and find information.

The new design aligns with our updated mission statement:

CPL promotes the welfare of children and protects them from exploitation, indoctrination, and violence. We educate citizens on issues that protect or threaten the safety of [Read More]

2023-06-08T09:25:40-05:00June 8, 2023|CPL Article, education, SEL|

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]

Christian Schools Should Not be Duped by Social Emotional Learning

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is widely used in public schools and is now infiltrating private schools, including Christian schools. This article will examine the suitability of SEL in any school, and especially in Christian schools. But first we need to understand what SEL is. It is defined, at least in theory, in a recent article in Education Week, 2023, [Read More]

2024-02-03T11:11:52-06:00May 9, 2023|CPL Article, education, SEL|

What Does “Mindfulness” Have To Do With Education?

One of the buzzwords sprinkled throughout curriculum guides and course descriptions for children of all ages is mindfulness.

Mindfulness is a foundational component of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and has not attracted the public scrutiny it deserves. Therefore, parents are largely in the dark as to what it is.

Mindfulness is one of many SEL [Read More]

2023-09-15T19:03:44-05:00March 2, 2023|CPL Article, curriculum, SEL|
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