In this article, I will take you on a “deep dive” through the curriculum and materials being used by the school district in my community and help you identify what’s happening in your local school district
As many parents have learned over the course of the last two years, the government schools in Washington state are less concerned with educating our students and preparing them for success after high school as they are indoctrinating them with leftist ideology, including gender diversity, critical race theory and comprehensive sex ed (CSE).
This week, the Senate Ways & Means Committee held public hearings on HB-1590 and HB-1664 that were both on our CALLS TO ACTION list. These bills are both about funding public education.
In recent years, Black History Month has been hijacked by Black Lives Matter, with many public schools implementing “Black Lives Matter at School” and starting the month of February with “Black Lives Matter Week.”
District 8 Representative Brad Klippert has filed a Parents Educational Rights bill that addresses many of the concerns of parents regarding public school education. Over the last two years, parents…
Walsh filed HB-1807, to protect “civic education and academic discourse” in Kindergarten through 8th grade classrooms. (There is already existing law for civics education in high school). This bill is getting a hearing in the House Committee on Education on January 25th at 8AM.
Many Washington public schools are hoping to pass bonds/levies next month, it’s time to vote no. This is not “for the kids.”
TAKE ACTION to OPPOSE a bill that would make the OSPI a governor appointed position.
TAKE ACTION If you’re a parent or a grandparent or someone who has been around students over the past 2 years, you would probably agree that “asynchronous” learning (remote learning,…
On Friday, Washington OSPI, Chris Reykdahl, stated in his press conference that enrollments are down 4% over the last 2 years. He’s asking the state legislature not to “force OSPI to pull those dollars back from school districts because of this temporary blip in enrollments.”