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).
Many Washington public schools are hoping to pass bonds/levies next month, it’s time to vote no. This is not “for the kids.”
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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,…
Many school districts sent emails during the holiday season preparing parents and students for the likely possibility that it would be necessary to return to remote learning in January due to the “surge in Omicron cases.”
Many parents are constantly trying to play catch up with what the legislature, the teacher’s union, the OSPI and down to the local district level are changing and implementing in our public schools, which has them asking: “What exactly is Ethnic Studies?”
Parents in Washington State have been advocating and fighting for school choice for decades. Over the last couple of years, their fight has drawn in tens of thousands of other…
School boards across America have taken the spotlight in media, parent organizations and communities over the last couple of years. As school closures brought classrooms into our homes on computer screens, parents and citizens alike became concerned and started speaking out and doing more research into what is really going on in our public schools.
The two most common reasons (there is a long list) students have been unenrolled in public schools is because 1) remote learning that went on for months on end and students weren’t learning and 2) the indoctrination of our children with Critical Race Theory, including the LGBTQ agenda
*By Leah Anaya, CLW Member & Contributing Writer Last year, I pulled my oldest son from my local public school. I had already declined to send my middle child…