Public Schools or Public Screwels? Part 28

This is part 28.

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

I have received a few messages from people stating they asked their childrens teachers and their district offices about the “Condom Relay” and “Condom Negotiation” activities we have mentioned as well as the normalization of oral and anal sex and the repeated mention of masturbation and sexual pleasure throughout the sex Ed curriculums. According to the parents, they were told that we are “misinformed” and another teacher stated we were making up “crazy claims” which were “simply untrue”.

I understand that these teachers and staff members may not want to believe that something as inappropriate as these activities would be recommended by the California Department of Education since many of us parents were also in disbelief when we found out. I also understand that the district staff and teachers may not have had the time to do the research several of us parents have in order to find this information. I also understand that not every school decided to use these activities.

That being said, the fact that some teachers and district staff have not seen these activities or lessons themselves does not mean they do not exist nor that they are not being used in other schools. Each district gets to select the curriculum that they would like to adopt and each curriculum may be tailored by staff members in order to take their communities needs into consideration. Although tailoring the curriculum may be a way to eliminate SOME of the inappropriate material, I have yet to see a curriculum which does not include concerning information or activities.

After spending approx a year reviewing the new framework, recommended resources, recommended websites, and assignments, I more than ever believe that parents should take full control of talking to their children about sex themselves and opt-out of ANY and EVERY sex ed curriculum the state of California may recommend.

I will attach photos of some of the assignments and lessons many parents were told do not exist. I found these lessons through out the several different sex ed curriculums I reviewed and were approved by the California Department of Education. Some schools are using these activities, some decided not to use them and other schools have not seen these.

The sources of these assignments are the following curriculums:

*Positive Prevention Plus
*Rights Respect Responsibility
*Teen Talk
*Be Real Be Ready


Here is a post from an anti-Common Core group:

Age 16. Accepted to NINE LAW SCHOOLS.
Schlitz was home-schooled after her parents decided to withdraw her from public school in the fifth grade because they didn’t believe she was being taught properly.

I’ve found an alliance between Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Coalition for Community Schools, Communities In Schools, and StriveTogether called Together for Students:

According to this site, the following guys got the grant money for this initiative:

Birmingham, AL (United Way of Central Alabama)
Chicago, IL (Thrive Chicago)
Dayton, OH (Learn to Earn Dayton)
Fresno, CA (Fresno Cradle to Career)
Lehigh Valley, PA (United Way of Greater Lehigh Valley)
Memphis, TN (Communities In Schools of Memphis)
Milwaukee, WI (United Way of Greater Milwaukee)
Nashville, TN (Metro Nashville Public Schools)
Vancouver, WA (Vancouver Public Schools)
Washington, D.C. (DC Public Education Fund)

I found a partnership between StriveTogether and two groups called Transforming Education annd Student Success Network. It appears to involve some SEL cause that ties to the college and career ready career pathways globalist mumbo jumbo.

I tied the following groups to this effort:

Cincinnati, OH and Newport & Covington, KY (StrivePartnership), Marin County, CA (Marin Promise), Lenawee County, MI (Lenawee Cradle to Career), Northfield, MN (Northfield Promise), Bellevue, WA (Eastside Pathways), Memphis, TN (Seeding Success), Bexar County, TX (P16Plus Council of Greater Bexar County) and Norwalk, CT (Norwalk ACTS)

I found a tie between Playworks and StriveTogether:

This group Susan Crowne Exchange appears to be promoting the 21st century anytime anywhere learning agenda:

Here is a post from a friend of mine:

NWEA + Khan teaming up for SEL and CBE .

Two high-profile education organizations—Khan Academy and NWEA—are piloting a new tool designed to match a student’s test results with online instructional materials recommended to help that student learn a given subject in school.

Called the MAP Accelerator, the new platform will pair findings from a student’s performance on the NWEA‘s MAP Growth Assessments with Khan Academy resources to address the specific skills a student needs to master in his or her learning progression.

Teachers will receive the recommendations based on each student’s MAP Growth results and will be able to choose which assignments to make, given the learning opportunities identified. The assessment is typically given three times a year: at the beginning of school, in the middle and at the end.
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More than 150,000 students in four school districts will begin a pilot of the MAP Accelerator in math in English and Spanish for grades 3-8 in September, including the Clark County School District in Nevada, according to the organizations. The first pilot test will last one year, and English/language arts will be introduced as a new pilot for the 2020-21 school year.

MAP Growth, which was released for K-12 in 2001, is an adaptive assessment that helps identify where a student is on a learning pathway. NWEA sees matching Khan Academy resources with its assessment as an opportunity to help teachers faced with students’ diverse academic needs, said Chris Minnich, the CEO of NWEA.

“We’re taking the guesswork out of it for teachers. We want to empower them to have ‘what’s next’ for students,” he said.

“Students will have a personalized course based on their MAP Growth work, and we’ll use the mastery mechanics of skills-based practices, unit tests, and course challenges,” said Sal Khan, the founder of Khan Academy.

The organizations are recommending that the platform be used 30 minutes a week to make a difference, and they say it can work in conjunction with any curriculum schools are using. By identifying gaps in a student’s learning, and pairing them with practice, the program aims to allow students to tackle “far more questions in their zone of proximal development than they’re typically able to do,” Khan said.

Educators have the final say on which assignments students receive based on their assessment results.

Besides Clark County in Nevada, the districts that will pilot the program are three in California: Madera, Pajaro, and Glendale County.

Khan said the idea of combining NWEA’s assessments with his organization’s learning resources came in a casual conversation with an ed-tech investor friend who said that companies had been pitching him on “the Khan Academy narrative around personalization and differentiation.” That investor suggested Khan speak with NWEA about a possible partnership between the two non-profits. Khan was familiar with the MAP assessments because they had been used as a measurement tool in his organization’s previous efficacy studies. A week later Khan reached out to Minnich.

“We talked about how tests really aren’t going to move the needle for kids; tests themselves don’t teach kids anything,” said Minnich. “We’ve got to make connections.”

The two groups are interested in serving “the most marginalized students in America,” said Khan. “You could be Superman or Superwoman as a teacher, but when you have 30 to 35 kids and a lot of them have gaps from two, three or four years ago, there’s no way to address those gaps … that is not incredibly resource-intensive.”

A focus on efficacy will drive the pilot, Khan said. “We want to be as transparent as possible. If it doesn’t work, I don’t want anyone using it,” he said. Their focus will be on, “How can we get better by looking at those efficacy results?”

Khan said he has had 70 percent of his 210-person organization working on the integration of Khan Academy resources with NWEA’s assessment indicators for the past year. “District rostering alone is very complex,” he said.

As for implementation, he believes that NWEA’s large district support and training staff will help teachers understand how they can implement the accelerator.

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See also:

Khan Academy Launches Education App for Pre-K, Kindergarten Crowd
K-12 Dealmaking: Khan Academy Acquires App Developer; GradeSlam Raises $1.6 Million
K-12 Dealmaking: Chinese K-12 Education Platform Raises $200 Million; DreamBox Learning, NWEA Partner
NWEA Poised to Capture Statewide Testing Contract in Nebraska
What Are K-12 Districts’ Longest-Lasting Tech and Ed-Tech Products?
An Architect of the Common Core Talks About Resistance to Testing and What’s Ahead
Demands for New-Look, Shorter Tests Shape Assessment Needs

And another post from her:

What does your face reveal about how big of a financial risk you are?

One of the world’s largest insurers thinks the answer is quite a bit. It is using facial-recognition technology on potential customers as part of its efforts to assess risk when it sells them financial products

Ping An Insurance Group Co., China’s largest insurer and one of the country’s largest financial conglomerates, routinely scans the faces of customers and its own agents to verify their identities or examine their expressions for clues about their truthfulness.

Since 2016, the company has used its proprietary technology to screen individuals applying for loans at its consumer-finance arm. “Micro expressions,” or brief, small and often involuntary movements on people’s faces, are one area of focus the company has been analyzing.
The efforts are a reflection of what’s going on throughout China, where facial-recognition technology has become a feature of daily life. Unfettered by regulations or privacy concerns, Chinese authorities use it on public streets, subway stations, at airports and at border controls.
Chinese insurance companies may face fewer privacy concerns from consumers, compared with their Western counterparts, says Tjun Tang, a Boston Consulting Group senior partner in Hong Kong, though he adds that Chinese consumers are becoming more concerned about privacy in recent years. “If the consumers are willing to share the data, that’s helping a lot,” he says. “It allows machines to learn.”
Ping An uses its facial-recognition technology mainly to verify customers’ identities. When people open accounts with the insurer, they are often asked to submit images of their identity cards and complete a series of tasks including opening their mouths and blinking when they use the company’s facial-recognition program for the first time.
After setting up the accounts, customers can purchase some life- and health-insurance products after scanning their faces with their smartphones. They can also connect directly with insurance agents in video meetings or submit claims after Ping An’s software recognizes their faces.

Shi Haojing, a 28-year-old airport worker in Shanghai, says she scans her face with her smartphone camera when she needs to speak with an insurance agent and collect or make payments on her Ping An policies.

“It is good that things can be done without leaving home,” she says. “Everyone is getting lazier.”

Ping An also uses the technology in its insurance business to gauge customers’ health. In one new application, facial scans are used to estimate the body-mass index, or BMI, of customers who want to purchase a policy that makes lump-sum payouts of up to one million yuan (about $145,000) when they are diagnosed with any of 100 critical diseases. Policyholders get discounts on their monthly premiums based on how much body fat they have, as calculated by the scan. Individuals judged to have a BMI under 30 can receive a monthly discount of 6 yuan (about $0.87) on the product, which the company sells at a starting price of 30 yuan a month. A BMI of 30 or higher is considered obese.

“Just the face itself contains a wealth of information about an individual’s health,” says Michael Powers, a professor of risk mathematics at Tsinghua University in Beijing. It may be possible to glean from a person’s face whether the individual is a smoker, for example, he says. But such use of facial-recognition technology hasn’t yet been commercialized widely, in part because there are concerns it could be used to discriminate against some groups of people.

Some critics say the technology isn’t really being used to set prices for different groups but instead is a kind of marketing tool for the company to generate attention and make consumers more familiar with AI.

Cliff Sheng, a Hong Kong-based partner at consulting firm Oliver Wyman who has closely studied uses of technology by Chinese insurance companies, argues that there are more reliable ways than facial recognition to acquire users’ BMI. However, Mr. Sheng does say he thinks that the technology can be useful to insurers as a marketing tool because it gets people’s attention.

A spokesperson for Ping An says that its BMI-measuring feature using facial recognition is provided to the consumers as “a benefit,” and that its underwriting process takes into account a variety of other factors and data points.

In its lending business, meanwhile, Ping An says it uses its technology to analyze the faces of loan applicants in real time, searching for “micro-expressions” that reveal their emotional and psychological state. Such expressions typically occur within fractions of seconds and are hard for people to control, and loan officers make more accurate judgments on the applicants’ credibility based on this information, according to an article posted by Ping An on its official WeChat social-media account in China last year.

For large loans, applicants often have to answer questions in an online video meeting that typically lasts 10 to 15 minutes. Ping An records and analyzes how the applicant answers questions, and looks for signs of eye-shifting or other suspicious behavior, which would be flagged by its system.

Ping An in January said it has made more than 500 billion yuan worth of loans with the help of its micro-expression technology. It also said the technology has helped shorten its average loan-approval times to two hours from five days.

Zhou Wei in Shanghai. She can be reached at

Appeared in the June 11, 2019, print edition as ‘The Financial-Risk Secrets That May Be Hidden in Our Faces.’

And yet another post from her:

This post is from a Colorado counselor and has nothing to do with religion, but is refreshingly honest. You may be surprised at what information insurance companies get, what sensitive mental health info is shared with future employers. It’s the reason many folks who can afford it, are paying out of pocket.
Privacy… but not if you are poor.

Here is a post from the Common Core Diva:

Warriors, education has been turned into a biz. What a sham for our students. Workforce based & finance updates.

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

IPOC Members;

Please note that Planned Parenthood and its minions are fighting tooth and nail to discredit and remove all funding from SRA (Sexual Risk Avoidance) programs. They falsely accuse these programs as being ineffective. Inform yourself on what they say and the jargon they try to through our way. This is critical to understand. We need to fight back! We will not be bullied by PP any longer!!! Parents, stand up!

Here is a post from a Colorado anti-Common Core group:

By Jeff Hunt – – Monday, June 10, 2019


The state knows better how to raise your children than you do. That was the clear message sent by Colorado legislators during this contentious legislative session.

Bill after bill, many of which were written by special interest groups like Planned Parenthood and One Colorado, sought to strip rights and responsibilities from parents and hand them to the state.

Take for instance one of the most contentious bills on comprehensive sex education. Since 2013, the state of Colorado has defined comprehensive sex education and forced any district teaching sex education to do so in line with Colorado’s newfound progressive agenda. This legislative session, they further expanded the definition of comprehensive sex education to embrace LGBTQ perspectives while attempting to specifically ban religious perspectives. You read this correctly, the legislature sought to solidify in statute the specific banning of religious perspectives when it comes to teaching human sexuality. Teachings like chastity before marriage, monogamy, and the importance of a both a mother and father, were sidelined because of their religious foundations.

The 2019 comprehensive sex education bill, written by Planned Parenthood, was a violation of religious freedom and parental rights.

Colorado state Rep. Mark Baisley asked the right question during a packed committee meeting, “Who defines healthy sexual relationships?” This is a parent’s role, not Planned Parenthood’s.

Rather than allowing parents to share values with their children regarding healthy sexual relationships, the state has forcefully assumed this responsibility.

While some of the more egregious aspects of the bill were amended out, the bill is a continuation of the state’s efforts to force a more and more progressive sexual worldview upon Colorado children. This isn’t education, this is Planned Parenthood indoctrination.

Two other bills that passed usurp the role of parents when it comes to treating a child’s mental health. Do you have a child struggling with gender identity? Counselors in Colorado can now only counsel your child to embrace transgenderism. This means encouraging the taking of hormone medication and changing your child’s lifestyle, even if it’s against your guidance. Again, the state thinks it knows what’s best for your child.

Do you have a child struggling with depression? Children as young as 12 years old can now see counselors in Colorado an unlimited number of times without your consent. You have no idea what your child is talking about with the counselor, what issues your child is facing, or how the counselor is guiding them. Again, the state thinks it knows what’s best for your child.

Parents, rightfully so, came to the Colorado State Capitol in record numbers to combat this state takeover. They packed committee rooms, testified until late into the night, held rallies, sent tens of thousands of emails and made their voices heard.

Sadly, parents lost rights this legislative session, and Planned Parenthood is patting itself on the back. Planned Parenthood gained more control over the children of Colorado. Parents must not forget what happened during this legislative session and must continue to build the movement to regain our rights.

The threat to parental rights is not limited to Colorado only. Like many liberal agendas, this is coming to a state near you soon.

Loving parents are the most important factors in the development of healthy children. Removing parents from establishing relationship values or guiding the mental health of their children is the wrong approach.

• Jeff Hunt is the director of the Centennial Institute.

Copyright © 2019 The Washington Times, LLC. Click here for reprint permission.

And a reply to this post:

The Polis agenda is closely tied to Planned Parenthood (aka Murder Incorporated), the agenda of the LGBTQ (One Colorado), the GunGrabbers, OPEN BORDERS, and Antifas!
Is what Colorado citizens want? Only those too lazy to think and will follow the other sheep over the cliff.

And another post from this group:

“The bill clarifies content requirements for public schools that offer comprehensive human sexuality education and prohibits instruction from explicitly or implicitly teaching or endorsing religious ideology or sectarian tenets or doctrines, using shame-based or stigmatizing language or instructional tools, employing gender norms or gender stereotypes, or excluding the relational or sexual experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender individuals.”

And another post from this group:

DougCo Schls pays our tax dollars to radical activist to lecture middle school kids on her anti-white, anti-male, anti-cop lefty agenda. WHA?

Here is a post that was shared in this group:

District misleading Jeffco parents about controversial curriculum.
Last Friday Governor Polis signed into law one of the most controversial pieces of legislation of the past session: House Bill 1032, which restructures the content of comprehensive sexual education. While the legislation sparked outrage and received historic attention that perhaps helped soften some of its provisions, the adopted version of HB 1032 remains a serious usurpation of local school board power by the state government. However, beyond the light of statewide media attention, similar overreaches are taking place at the local level, including at one elementary school in Jefferson County.

When it comes to human sexuality programs, parents still have the right to opt their children out of instruction with which they disagree. But what about K-12 instruction that touches on controversial issues outside the scope of human sexuality education? Do parents have the right to ask for alternate assignments when their children are to be exposed to resources that are controversial or to topics that are sensitive in nature, or which directly contradict a family’s values and beliefs? The answer: it depends on the school district and in some cases on whether districts decide to abide by their own policies.

Over the past year one elementary school in Jefferson County has been working to introduce a curriculum built by AMAZEworks. The package includes over 100 colorful storybooks and accompanying lesson plans, all of which are designed to “[foster] social-emotional learning through the lens of anti-bias education” and cover an extensive list of topics which include “race/ethnicity, immigration, religion, socioeconomics, disabilities, gay/lesbian/transgender family members, divorce/blended, aging, foster care, incarceration, death, deployment, and adoption.” ReadMore

UPDATE: It looks like the plan to do away with the parental notification about abortions stalled in the spring 2019 legislative session of Illinois. However, the villains in the legislature plan to bring it back as early as the fall. If passed, it could eventually lead to schools taking kids out for abortions without notifying parents like what is currently being done in California:

Found from this article that 13 states, California among them, currently don’t require parnetal notification for children get an abortion. I’m curious if like California, the schools are also aiding in this process:

Apparently “failure to educate” is considered “educational neglect” in half of the country:

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

I have a co worker that told me last week that her 5 year old has 3 kids in “transition” in his class. I was like”Whhhhhhhhhhatttt?! “4-5 year olds are changing their gender! What is wrong with these parents?!!! (And I live in Michigan!)

Here is another post from this group:

I did a search on the History/Social Science framework. For the 11th grade, Alfred Kinsey’s name comes up as a person who students may consider for the LGBT movement. They also mention Harvey Milk, of course. It doesn’t reference how both of them committed criminal sexual acts against minors.

The framework is not required instruction but some districts may use it so parents need to be aware. The framework is also what sets the stage for future publications by textbook companies.

Here’s the link, page 46.

Click to access hssfwchapter16.pdf

The “mental health” push has spread to Oklahoma City schools:

Here is a post from someone on Alice Linahan’s wall:

Samuel Stillman Greene (1810-1883) on behalf of the Boston Masters for their famous Remarks on the Seventh Annual Report of the Honorable Horace Mann, Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of Education, in which they took to task the sight-reading method that had been adopted by the Boston primary schools in 1837 and produced a literacy disaster. And it was this critical essay that revealed who originated this new method of teaching reading: the Rev. Thomas H. Gallaudet, the director of the American Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb in Hartford, Connecticut, who taught the deaf to read via a sight method and thought that this method could be adapted for use by normal children.
However, in 1929, no one seemed to have read what the Boston Masters wrote in 1844. And as we know, when we ignore or forget history we are bound to repeat it. Not only was Dr. Orton unaware of what had been written in 1844, but educators of today are not aware of what Dr. Orton wrote in 1929. He said in as diplomatic way as possible:
I wish to emphasize at the beginning that the strictures which I have to offer here do not apply to the use of the sight method of teaching reading as a whole but only to its effects on a restricted group of children for whom, as I think we can show, this technique is not only not adapted but often proves an actual obstacle to reading progress, and moreover I believe that this group is one of considerable educational importance both because of its size and because here faulty teaching methods may not only prevent the acquisition of academic education by children of average capacity but may also give rise to far reaching damage to their emotional life. NOTE, Emotional Life…Sight word memorization is a constructivist philosophy…Back as far as 1844 this was noticed…And Here We Stand…

Here is a post from a friend of mine:


And another post from her:

🎯Two Alexa suits filed… one is federal and seeks class-action. If you are in these states, have kids, you have laws that require consent for voice recording and you might want to take a look.

“It alleges Amazon’s failure to obtain consent violates the laws of Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Washington, which require consent of all parties to a recording, regardless of age.
The proposed class only includes minors in those states “who have used Alexa in their home and have therefore been recorded by Amazon, without consent.”
Aside from “the unique privacy interest” involved in recording someone’s voice, the lawsuit says, “It takes no great leap of imagination to be concerned that Amazon is developing voiceprints for millions of children that could allow the company (and potentially governments) to track a child’s use of Alexa-enabled devices in multiple locations and match those uses with a vast level of detail about the child’s life, ranging from private questions they have asked Alexa to the products they have used in their home.”

A school has spent $10K to send kids to a gay pride parade:

Here is a post from an Alabama anti-Common Core page:

ALERT!ALERT! The tie they used to bind all of US–Appointed Boards…how convenient! Alabama is being pushed with narrative that Appointed Ed Board will solve it’s education problems. But looking at the big picture, appointed boards may have been key to Common Core’s leading the country to being in the bottom of 35 industrialized nations. Also AL appointed board’s rubber stamping of unwanted charter school gives parents a peek of the Common Core path.

And another post from this page:

Legislators caught red-handed!! Bait and Switch on Common Core Repeal Bill in Alabama. Here’s the confirmation that shows Bill SB397 was not about repealing Common Core but truly getting total control of education and the appointed board would decide to keep the Common Core Standards or not…duh!! Can legislators imagine why parents are mad? Nine years of untold number of children harmed and these families were just thrown under the bus.

Here’s a good article on how they started off with a good bill before replacing with SB397 and throwing parents a can of worms

Here is a post from the Christian Law Association page:

Our offices were recently contacted by a public school parent who was shocked to discover his kindergartner had been assigned a pro-LGBT book to read at school. Our attorneys were able to advise this concerned father as to their rights to “opt out” of objectionable material. If your students are facing similar issues, call our offices today.

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Hi, I’m a grandparent of a 2,5,&7 year old who visited this past week. Because of informed parents of CA. my ears were on alert. I am schocked at what they are teaching these young impressional children.

Not only normalizing perversion but meditation came up. I asked them what is meditation to you & the 5 & 7 year old immediately went into cross legs and hand posses. I was schocked as the shared it’s to empty our minds Gramma.

My ??? Is empty your mind? These are beautiful kids who are being taught right and wrong not to empty their minds. PLEASE BE AWARE GET INVOLVED AND TALK TO YOUR KIDS!

And some replies to this post:

it shouldn’t be taught in school. Eastern religion IS about emptying the mind so you have room for whatever they want to put in it.

It’s not ignorance, it’s just that some families do not want children learning yoga because the roots of yoga stems from Vedas- the Indian holy text, which three major religions came from, Hinduism, Jainism, and Buddhism.

when I began researching this topic I found one source of information whose knowledge came from practicing the New Age herself. Her information aligned with the information I retrieved from multiple sources. I had very little knowledge when I began my research. I remember a bizarre experience I had doing yoga when I was younger and didn’t know much about the practice itself (I thought it was just exercise). Then for me, everything made sense about that experience after researching. I am happy to share about what our school did if you’d like to know. This article and multiple articles from this website have been helpful to me in addition to my other conversations.

Meditation comes from Eastern philosophies and once you begin to unwrap what is going on you will better understand why parents are concerned. Some in Christian circles will say they go into the “silence.” Either approach, that of “emptying your mind” is causing many to have altered state experiences. During these times, they claim to be given special words from God. Bottom line, mediation is also a form of Eastern Religion and should not be used as a calming method in public schools. I have several people I know who regularly meditate and actually experience some pretty bizarre things. Similar to a high. Again, not to be taught in public schools. It is teaching a religious practice. In 1959 there was a major case where prayer was removed from public schools for the same reason.

this group is focused on parental educational concerns and specifically CSE but SEL (Social Emotional Learning) is an educational concern that parents may also have. Some of the parents in this group have researched different forms of SEL intensely and have taught me additional and helpful information. For my part, I researched mindfulness meditation, MindUP curriculum, buddhist singing bowls, Tapping (EFT), various school apps in use, yoga, etc. I talked with Buddhist temples, I talked with the owners of New Age Spirituality stores, I talked with a woman who was previously involved in the New Age and the occult. All of this was very eye-opening.

It could be used to brain wash them

Parent or family-sponsored SEL/meditation is appropriate. State-sponsored SEL/meditation is not appropriate.

Anyone interested in understanding the concerns behind SEL needs to watch this.

I hadn’t heard about this program in California schools. Is it already in effect?

The part about parents being allocated to the sidelines as just cheerleaders for the government programs versus the school being cheerleaders for parents and helping with their children’s learning was pretty concerning to me.

Yes, SEL has been implemented with Common Core curricula. It’s been going on for about a decade.

This is a Serious spiritual battle- it’s crafty, and it starts in the mind!!!
.. you need to be praying, and talking with your kids-it is All about your kids and the Family values…the Bible says, satan is out like a roaring lion, to see who he is going to devour-to Kill, Steal and Destroy!
A tremendous, Rebellion!!!
A warfare for their very Souls-

Here is a post from a Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

READ this tragic letter written by a parent who has now removed her children from the Minnesota school district. Yesterday, I posted the thoughts of a teacher who decided to leave teaching based on many factors. In this case, we have an email letter demonstrating the grief and pain this family and children have endured over years in a district. Some people say “the system is broken.” In truth, “the system” has been removed from the local decision-making of teachers and parents. And it’s been happening incrementally for over 30 years. Regulations and policies from “on high” have replaced good ole’ common sense. Non-profits and foundations are more important to superintendents (and school boards and legislators) many times than parents and teachers (and students). There IS a way out! But you have to be willing to step up and stand up for this next generation. (The email is anonymous only because we were not sure about publishing the identity.)
I am a parent of six children who have all had varying experiences within the Forest Lake Area School district. The purpose of this communication is to bring attention to our experience over the last eight years at Linwood Elementary School. We have not felt comfortable doing so until we had alternative placement for our children.
While I commend the FLAS district for implementing the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program in 2005, it is severely lacking. On paper it looks like forward progress but in reality it is new wallpaper on a dilapidated building.
There is not a meditation program in place to give children a healthy, safe space to work out grievances between peers or staff. This results in chronic bullying which can lead the bullied child to developing long and short-term symptoms. Bullying can result in isolation, shame, school avoidance, anxiety, suicidal thoughts/ideation, self-harm, and psychosomatic symptoms such as stomachache, headache, muscle aches, to name a few.
Children are regularly discouraged from tattling, which fosters an unfettered victim/abuser environment. While verbal and emotional abuse are on a different plane than sexual abuse it all starts with a power exchange. In the current climate of the metoo movement and the Larry Nassar case we can clearly see that this is a systemic issue beginning at a young age. Being told that tattling is not okay, without giving a safe space to voice themselves, causes irreparable damage to the victim. We are trying to raise our sons and daughters in a different, better world.
Our children are being taught that when they are bullied or victimized they need not muddy the waters. As a parent of six, I can empathize with staff and teachers in regard to nitpicking and tattling. Yet, if there were less stress to meet the demands of Common Core and standardized testing results there might be more time to teach the child as a whole person; educationally and emotionally. Positive mental health does not start after elementary school, in fact that is where it begins.
Our sixth grade son saved a classmates life this year, after the child had endured chronic bullying about his ethnicity and immigration status. The child confided in our son that he was going to go home and take his life. Our son empathized with this boy after having endured bullying of his own. On one occasion, it resulted in a permanent scar to his face. Our son was scared to break the confidence of his classmate but did so knowing a life was at stake.
While we were lucky enough to stop it in time, it never should have gotten to that point. If there had been an adequate, safe space for the child and his bullies to discuss the abuse it could have been avoided. In the days and weeks following the incident there was no mention of what had transpired. No one addressed the bullying, nor did anyone sit down with his classmates. This was a perfect time to discuss how what they hear at home, on the television, or on the bus had no place in the school setting.
Students differences are not celebrated effectively, thereby making it that much easier for slurs of all kinds to be used without a second thought. Two of our sons have encountered racial slurs being flagrantly used towards them despite not being a person of color. In this school year alone they’ve been called “stupid ni**er,” “trans faggot,” and “little gay boy.” We have thoroughly explained the origin of these words and how it does not dictate how they carry themselves in the world; other children may not be so lucky. While sensitivity training is appropriate for a workplace setting, what protections are in place for our school aged children?
Bullying does not end with the students. Our youngest son was in third grade when he endured bullying at the hands of his teacher. She would take his snacks, throw them in the trash, and then publicly accuse him of stealing them from her. She would regularly have him stand in the front of the class so she could mock him. This went on for months before we realized how bad it was. We consulted with staff and were told to have our son report these incidents to the principal as they occurred.
We explained to him that it wasn’t his fault and how even if an adult is awful to you, you have to remain respectful. By the end of that school year, he had lost so much valuable educational time. He was constantly worried about answering wrong or anxious for the next time she would use him to make a point to his classmates.
Earlier the same year, I verbally requested that our son be assessed for Special Education services. She agreed and made note of it. During our last scheduled parent/teacher conference I mentioned my concern with his lack of mastery in core subjects. At this time, I brought up the question of when would the assessment be concluded? Her response was that she didn’t see a need for those services and recommended summer school instead. Our son, who was emotionally traumatized for nine months, was not going to spend one more day sitting at a desk. We politely declined.
The subsequent year his fourth grade teacher was on board and completely understood the need for Special Education services. At that time we had him fully evaluated and the school’s process began. It took until the last half of fifth grade to get his 504 plan into action. Our son went two and a half years without the help he needed. I’m still not sure if all of it was a result of losing funding/staff downsizing or if it was because the FLAS’s special education system is antiquated and lacking. Either way, our son is the one who has to suffer the consequences. He is headed to sixth grade with a deeply lacking toolbelt of skills and knowledge.
His older brother did not experience anything better. While he has the protection of an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) for speech services, his Attention Deficit qualifies as a part of his target goals. We fought to get him services starting in first grade. He had a difficult time staying organized, completing multi-step tasks, and lower than average grades. His IEP does not get followed on a consistent basis. The concerns we have expressed throughout the years have “fallen on deaf ears” more often than not.
In previous years we have voiced our desire to retain both of our sons, on different occasions. We did not make the request without serious research and consideration. Retention is not something to be taken lightly, we did so because it was in our children’s best interest. If a parent can withhold immunizations based on their medical/religious beliefs we should have a right to have a say about whether or not our children are prepared for the next grade. We were told we did not have the right to request such a thing. Our children may be in the care of school, day in and day out, but at the end of the day, we are their parents.
The world our children are living in now is filled with polarizing ideas, questionable ethics, and the deep seated desire to change what has clearly not been working. It may seem inconsequential now but our children spend approximately 2,678 days in school, from kindergarten to graduation. During this impressionable time they are indirectly learning how their voices compare to the world around them.
As a mother, I am my children’s advocate. As a parent, I am appalled at how the Forest Lake Area School district is complicit in letting down the parents and families of our next generation.

And another post from this group:

Morning, friends!! “Woohoo!” states the Minnesota State Longitudinal Education Data System. Evidently legislative funding was passed to keep the SLEDS and ELCS (Early Childhood Longitudinal Data System) fully funded for 2020 and 2021. The MN SLEDS system is the very one whose 40+ contracts a year haven’t been audited in 10-15 years. This is the same SLEDS whose system was purposely configured interoperably in order to share with other states and via the SIF, other countries. The SLEDS are administered by the MDE (MN Dept of Education), OHE (Office of Higher Learning) and DEED (Dept of Employment and Economic Development). So, congrats! If the testing companies, corporate foundations, non-profits or universities aren’t sharing/selling our kids “profiles”- $$$- the government is or helping. Apparently, DATA makes the world go round!!

New Funding for SLEDS!
We are excited to share with you that the Minnesota Statewide Longitudinal Education Data System (SLEDS) and the Minnesota Early Childhood Longitudinal Data System (ECLDS) have been granted ongoing state funding for fiscal years 2020 and 2021.

The new bill, signed into law on May 26th, expresses the intent of the Legislature to support the mission of SLEDS and ECLDS for providing policymakers, educators, administrators, workforce leaders, researchers, and the general public with the most recent data to inform public policy and decision-making. This funding will secure our continuous reporting on early childhood development and students’ educational progress toward career and college readiness, and into the labor market.

In addition, the new bill adds ECLDS’ essential role in the P-20 Education Partnership for evaluating the effectiveness of early childhood and the long-term relationships “among early care, education, and workforce outcomes”.

Our efforts to provide you with integrated data will continue to expand. Both SLEDS and ECLDS have become reliable data sources that can assist you in finding solutions that lead young children and students to successful outcomes in education and the workforce.

We are committed to our mission and appreciate your support.

The SLEDS team

Here is a post from a friend of mine:

BE AWARE of NWEA student engagement score ( HOW FAST THEY CLICK) and how that data is used to PREDICT

NWEA collects voice for k-3rd grade. reading:
NWEA MAP Reading Fluency Assessment now has Voice Recognition
For parents of students, k-3, remember that the NWEA MAP Reading Fluency Assessment has implemented a new voice recognition tool. Parents should ask to opt out. Then ask who is this data shared with? How is it used?

Here is a post that I found on Facebook:

“Warren’s choice of education policy advisor for her campaign is also concerning. Josh Dulaney spent two years in the classroom via Teach for America and studied at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, two organizations aligned with modern education reform. If her idea to appoint a secretary of education who has taught in a public school classroom includes consideration of TFA products who taught for just two years, traditional public school teachers are unlikely to be impressed.”

Here is a post from a Nevada anti-Common Core group:

CCSD families must refuse this test, en masse, to ensure that the pilot fails. That way kids everywhere may not be subjected to NWEA’s new form of personalized learning.

And here is a reply to this post:

This past school year the Kindergarten Team at my school (that means a few other area school in our zone are also on board doing this) are planning to do this for this coming school year of 2019-2020. Kindergarten already had been doing MAPS, Brigance, ST Math, Imagine Learning, ESGI, AIMSweb, EngageNY, SAXON, and Reading Rangers just to name a few. Poor little kiddos being assessed non-stop and only a maybe 15 minute recess to relax and play. This is NOT developmental education!

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Parents, if you are new to this group you’ll notice we are very concerned about Planned Parenthood. Do you know why? Well, they sponsored AB329, a Planned Parenthood staffer sat on the CFCC committee to help develop the framework for the California Healthy Youth Act and they are deeply involved with the curricular materials and promotion of CSE (Comprehensive Sexuality Education). *Web URL’s to references below are listed in the comments.

In our District Planned Parenthood bribed teens with a condom and a Starbucks gift card when they spoke in classes if students made an appointment to go see them.

Also concerning is what they push and promote to young children…like the book, “It’s Perfectly Normal,” which has a recommendation in the front of the book from Cecile Richards, former Planned Parenthood CEO. Did you know that this book is recommended by the California Department of Education? I found the book there which is why this book is already being used in California. and are two awful websites that Planned Parenthood recommends to young people.

Their website glossary includes a favorable paragraph about Alfred Kinsey, a man born in 1894 who had a special interest in the sexual responses of children and who collected data from sexual predators of sexually abused children (317 of them) and published that in his book in the well-known Table 32 and Table 34.
The corporate plans of Planned Parenthood are not always immediately noticed in the U.S. but there is more awareness now with California’s CSE mandate.

When you want to know what Planned Parenthood would like to accomplish in the U.S., you can sometimes find it first from what the IPPF (International Planned Parenthood Federation) is promoting or from the Planned Parenthood groups in nearby Countries…look at what is being marketed to teens by Planned Parenthood in Toronto, Canada:

Here is a post from Karen Bracken:

Over 600 teacher openings in Metro Nashville school district.

They are destroying the teaching profession and it is by design.

To redesign and transform the teaching profession is one of Pearson’s goals and who did our Governor and Commissioner of Education just hire? PEARSON.

These teacher shortages are all part of the plan. Oh but never fear….Pearson is here to save the day.


And some replies to this post:

Why do you need a teacher these days? All you need is a facilitator in case a computer crashes!

That is the goal. The computer will do all the instructing. Problem is no one will know what is being taught to our kids. Personalized learning is all about personalized indoctrination and parents think it is all so wonderful. This is CBE/OBE. It is how they will change values, behaviors, attitudes and dispositions of our children starting a young age. College is soon enough.

Teachers are being changed into facilitators. Future facilitators will be paid less than teachers. Think about it

and classroom sizes will increase along with eliminating segregating by grade. why not when everyone is sitting looking at a screen with headsets on.
so much for what they call ‘socialization’

ALL…BY…DESIGN. I also feel this big push for STEM skilled workers is to drive the costs down for engineers bc the market will be flooded with STEM applicants! Grrrrrrrr 👿

And another post from her:

TN Governor Lee said at a big event this weekend that he will get rid of Common Core by the end of the summer.

How many Tennesseans were told at Town Hall meetings, by your elected legislators, that THEY got rid of Common Core??

Truth: Common Core standards were codified into federal law via ESSA. TN has an approved ESSA plan. Is Governor Lee prepared to buck the federal government? I HIGHLY doubt it. We are ready and will be watching this closely.

And yet another post from her:

Please take another hour to hear the words, backed up with proof, from Charlotte Iserbyt about the plan to overtake the education system in order to promote a one world government.

This has been taking place for over 100 years and if you are naive enough to think you can do anything to stop them now you truly do not grasp the depth of this issue.
There is only ONE solution at this point and that is to stop sending our children into the belly of the beast. They can only accomplish their agenda through our children. Time to STARVE THE BEAST.

The Antony Sutton book that Charlotte discusses in the beginning is available for sale on the internet. BUT the Lines of Credit, Ropes of Bondage is out of print but is available for free. It is only 48 pages long. Here is a link to the book:

Here is another Wrench in the Gears article on Blockchain and behavior manipulation:

Another CA school district jumps on the LGBTQP bandwagon:

It appears that the scheme to change from the nasty end of year assessments to more “personalized learning” assessments is something called PACE (Performance Assessment of Competency Education) in NH:

A group called Future Focused Education is aiming to do something similar in New Mexico:

While trying to find more personalized learning pushers and schemes, I came across this article about some NC group called Institute for Social Capital that mentioned housing, education, and, of course, lots of data mining:

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district is also using personalized learning:

Here is a post from Shannon Joy:

As we expand the definitions of ‘mental health’ and mandate new screenings at a breakneck pace … it might be prudent to PAUSE and remember how easily large government bureaucracies can abuse psychology to further political agendas and quell dissent.


Here is a post from a Nevada anti-Common Core group:

I am a Kindergarten teacher here in the 5th largest school district in the nation and we are REQUIRED to insure ALL of owur Kindergarten students are using iPads for ST Math, with Imagine Learning , Renasiance/STAR/Reading Ranger Program, EngageNY for math, and SAXON for Literacy/handwriting/Language Arts, beginning reading program. I have been in education as both a teacher and administrator for nearly 3 decades and strongly believe in DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION that allows the child to naturally develop and master everything. They need lots of time to process what they encounter and learn about. It takes lots of time to master fine and gross motor skills. I think we are rushing these children, demanding much from a child to PRODUCE in a finite, defined time. I believe that parents should KNOW what their child is expected to do, because they are a huge part of getting the job done by the time their child is expect to “graduate” or officially be “promoted” to the first grade.

To my knowledge, NO. Only persons who have looked at these have been within the educator community, that I know of. Usually, these decisions are made at the TOP, then they present it, sometimes will bring in the very people from the organizations to do a presentation with a Q & A afterwards (I am thinking many years ago with the AIMSweb & Imagine Learning, and several others) and the more recent like ESGI, ST Math, Reading Rangers, EngageNY, and MAPS are Top-Down then Literacy Specialist to an intro of program, Q & A, and peer pressure, on the spot vote (no time to research on own then come back to it for a vote) and with the SOT meetings/Parent & Community with neighborhood school meetings, usually virtually 1 parent shows up, the TOP presents it (and this is after the fact with teaching staff) there will be discussion (remember there is 1, maybe 4 parents, the most that I have seen in this failed REorganizaion Plan’s SOTs since pushing it on the schools for “management”. Lots of politics, and all this is controversial because each person may agree or disagree on the merits of these. There’s really good people with a heart of gold trying to teach, but at the same time, there is a beast system that tends to roll right past the parents, students, and teachers, even what the businesses and community want. I am happy to meet and share what my personal experiences are for the last 15 years here in Nevada’s educational industrial complex. I do exercise careful wording of things, just an FYI.

Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

It seems our state and federal government place a great deal of emphasis on student bullying and mental health and yet… they continue to allow programs to spy and store data on each kid. Guess what? Many of these kids get it. They know that their every word is being recorded. Campus Shield, Securly and Gaggle are just 3 companies or initiatives that steal away student private conversations, facebook information, online curriculum and their character traits and values. Who do these companies benefit?

And another post from this group:

Which foreign country is sending sizeable gifts to your Alma Mater?
“The Department of Education is going after U.S universities over supposed ties to foreign governments, after some allegedly took huge quantities of foreign cash and hid it from regulators.”
“At the top of the list are Georgetown University and Texas A&M, which have taken hundreds of millions of dollars from the government of Qatar, a middle eastern nation with suspected links to international terrorism.”
Unfortunately, the full list of universities is not revealed in the article (researchers?). Countries involved are Qatar, England, Saudi Arabia,, China, Canada and Hong Kong.

This article from the Daily Caller includes this monetary information.…/department-of-education…/

Here is a post from a Utah anti-Common Core group:

Now is the time to write State Legislators & urge them to drop the testing completely.

And here are the replies to this post:

How can they with ESSA requirements ?
The next planned move is personalized learning software which bombards students with assessing and remediation daily.
People will xheer when the yearly state assessments are gone only they will be unwoke to the daily assessing via screens and wonderful marketing of personalized learning.

We’re already headed down that road. That can be the next fight. Right now, we have a little bit of leverage with the whole state of Utah upset about the testing. The only way out of the testing & ESSA requirements is to say no to the federal money. That’s what we have to convince the legislature to do.

if you can show the cost of the requirements tied to the funding and show it supercedes the funding received it cannot be denied.

Is this the 21 mil they want to sign?

Yes, that’s what the legislators are being updated on. The State Board signs the contracts for the testing & it sounds like that decision has already been made. But the State Legislature has the power to stop the testing altogether by taking the requirement out of statute & not appropriating the funding.

When I wrote to 6/7/19 this was the reply I got: “Hi [name redacted] – Testing is mandated by the Legislature. We don’t have an option to stop testing. -Linda Hansen” That is it, no thank you for writing or great idea we will consider it, just that it is all the Legislatures fault.

This 👆👆👆 is what they told me

I tried and they told me it was impossible! 😬

This is what I got back.…
“Thank you for reaching out suggesting that we eliminate testing for Utah students. Unfortunately, we are bound by Utah law and code to be responsible for and have “general control and supervision” over of the academic success of students in Utah. If we don’t have testing, we would not be meeting this need of our state constitution and for us to be responsible for the “education of all Utah children”.
Changing the constitution requires all citizens in utah to vote in favor of the change.
Please continue to share your ideas.
Thanks for reaching out.
Representative Melissa Garff Ballard
Utah House District 20 “

They are not bound by Utah law and code, they change it every year. That’s their job. It does not require a constitutional amendment. This kind of testing has not been around forever & the legislature was able to generally control & supervise education without it.

And actually, the “general control and supervision of the public education system” is vested in the State School Board, not the legislature, according to our Utah Constitution:,_Section_3.html?v=UC_AX_S3_1800010118000101

“The Legislature shall provide for the establishment and maintenance of the state’s education systems”,_Section_1.html?v=UC_AX_S1_1800010118000101

Rep Ballard was the one who wanted to get rid of our elected State School Board & replace it with an appointed “rubber stamp” board. So who would have all the power & control then?

Here is a post from Karen Bracken:

Just in case you are among those that do not realize ed reform in the US is global and run by the UN.

“The task before UNESCO… is to help the emergence of a single world culture with its own philosophy and background of ideas and with its own broad purpose.” [1] Julian Huxley, the first head of UNESCO, 1947.

And some replies to said post:

And the first leader of the UNITED NATIONS was Brock Chisholm. Everyone should learn everything they can about him. Valuable info, however sad and terrible.

The Radical Roots of the World Health Organization

The Radical Roots of the World Health Organization
WHO | Dr Brock Chisholm, Director-General
Brock Chisholm
George Brock Chisholm
Steps toward Global Mind Control

Where do we stand today with these organizations? Trump has removed us from certain aspects of UNESCO I have read – will research.

“Education” stayed in the UNESCO agenda with Betsy DeVos signing us onto it late last year. Does DJT not “get it?”

Yes he has BUT what does that REALLY mean. I am very skeptical that his action was nothing more than smoke and mirrors. UNESCO is still very much alive in the US education.

You are 100% correct. The US signed on to support the Sustainable Development Goals of UN Agenda 21 (2030 Agenda)

Here is a post from the Choose to Refuse Common Core group:

“We can’t silently ignore this brazen indoctrination in this otherwise reputable homeschool program. If you use Khan Academy, stop. Not only that, contact them to let them know that you will not support an organization that purports to educate when their true intention is to indoctrinate.” – Activist Mommy

And here is another post from this group:

Had to pull my 6th grader from FLVS World History when an entire unit was on Islam. One page was dedicated to Christianity and the Jewish faiths.

And a reply to this post:

Yep! In World History book at Pinellas County schools in High schools!!

Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

Listen to the Education Interim Committee meeting LIVE at this link.


Here is a post from a friend of mine:

Google dominates with its “free” products. …Interesting that YouTube ranks #3 in teaching specific content.

“School districts across the U.S. accessed a total of more than 7,000 ed-tech products in the 2018-19 school year, and individual school systems use an average of 703 different digital tools every month, according to an online analysis of the top 40 ed-tech products released today by LearnPlatform.
That’s a 40 percent increase in the library of ed-tech tools identified on the ed-tech management platform compared to 2017-18. And it’s a 28 percent increase in the average number of products used in individual districts, compared to 2017-18, when the number was 548.

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Google Products Take Top Spots

The Top 40 analysis was drawn from data using LearnPlatform’s Google Chrome Extension that schools uploaded for free. That tool gives the researchers insights from more than 10,000 participating educational organizations, representing over 1.1 million learners. The findings are based on usage of 3,428 ed-tech products and 6.7 billion data points from educational organizations using LearnPlatform’s Google Chrome extension.
Google products dominate seven of the top 10 positions on the list, with Google Docs ranked #1. This classroom tool is used by 86 percent of all digital tool users studied. Gmailis a new entrant on the list; it is also categorized as an operational tool used by nearly 59 percent of districts.
“It looks like, with Google’s intention to support all aspects of education, they are touching each of those,” said Karl Rectanus, the co-founder and CEO of Lea(R)n, the company whose platform districts use to organize, streamline and analyze their ed-tech. The penetration can be explained, at least in part, by the fact that “if you’re on a Chrome browser, you’re accessing Google Docs,” he said.
Rectanus said it’s important to note that this analysis “speaks more to the comprehensive nature” of the use of the various suite of Google tools, “rather than a competitive advantage against other content or other operational tools.”

‘Content’ Category Sees Biggest Growth

LearnPlatform also analyzed ed-tech tools designed and used to provide specific instruction to students. Their use grew by 10 percent over the most recent year. YouTube, at #3 on the overall list, was the top content product for usage, and Khan Academy ranked 15th.
iReady, Nearpod, and PBS are three newcomers to the Top 40 since the list was started three years ago.
Categories that lost ground were reference and assessment—each losing 5 percent of the product usage “pie.” The top reference tool was Wikipedia, which ranked #8, and the top assessment tool was Kahoot!, which ranked ninth. Grammarly, a reference tool, appeared on the list for the first time this year.
The top social networking tool accessed is Pinterest (#14), with Twitter and Facebook in more distant positions.
In the learning management system category, Google Classroom led at #5 on the list, with Canvas the #16 LMS tool.
In the operational category, Clever and Google Sheets are newly added to the list.
Now in its third release, the ed-tech top 40 list has generated interest from a variety of companies and interest groups that follow the K-12 market.
Education leaders in states and districts, as well as foundations and ed-tech providers themselves, are using the list “to get a better sense of the landscape,” said Rectanus.”


And another post from her:

“passage of the FY 2020 Education, Health, and Labor Appropriations Bill. This legislation would provide a critical shot in the arm to schools across the country, ensuring adequate resources to boost student learning, ensure safe and welcoming learning environments for all students, and support principal and teacher professional development. Importantly, the bill provides $2.6 billion – a $500 million increase – for Title II, Part A, the only federal funding source dedicated to the preparation, training, and support of teachers and principals, including professional development opportunities. The bill increases funding for other vital programs as well, including Title IV, Part A, which provides schools with resources to increase access for in-school mental health services. Additionally, the legislation includes $260 million for a Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Initiative to support SEL and the whole student…”

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Just wanted to show that this issue is a nationwide one. We just left California because of the liberal chains that were holding us down there. We came to the most conservative state we could find. They are pushing this here too. This was done by the Boys and Girls Club. My understanding is that parents were not notified that this was taking place so no opt out was offered.


And some replies to this post:

This is why leaving California is not going to solve the problem. CSE and all it’s tentacles are national and global!

Exactly, we must hold our ground and fight the good fight, not flee the fight…

and “As California goes, so goes the country.” It’s imperative we fight … we’re on the front lines! 🙏🏻💕

It is because the boys and girls club is a nationwide organization that is very liberal.

I 100% completely understand the want to move and to protect your children. But a few months ago I realized that while CA is unfortunately ground zero, this will spread like cancer. This is beyond equality and treating people well, this is full on disgusting indoctrination. But till people stop apologizing and being afraid of being called words, this will spread everywhere. Parents can no longer “dial it in” and put their kids in front of a screen. This is our cross to bear as parents and it starts at home.

I’m in California … My son’s school had pride month.. they had one day where they dressed of the opposite sex.. so some boys wore dresses and some girls wore boys clothes.. I’m trying to convince my son to go to a charter school … and hopefully eventually I want to homeschool…

wow, you and my wife and I are paddling in the same boat.

Which school district if you don’t mind me asking? You can pm me if you don’t want to share publicly.

Oxnard high school district

Same thing happened with your kid’s school?

my kids go to LAUSD schools, I’m moving my kids to charter and even thinking of homeschooling. For those thinking of homeschooling should check out Connections Academy.

And another post from this group:

Many of our members are considering moving out of California to escape this. Problem? This is already going on in other states, it’s just. It mandated. Yet. What happens here tends to spread. We MUST stop CSE here in CA to save the other states from following this dangerous road. CSE is an international program begun by the UN so it’s goal is to cover every human being on the planet. Only one thing stopping it. YOU!

And some replies to this post:

We can’t flee to some paradise. There is no paradise. We must defend the paradise we have now before the sess pool seeps into every state, every county, district, and school…

The cess pool is already here and its slime is seeping into every family sadly. TV functions..only thing u can do is teach your children how to navigate it.

i disagree, because we actually are a large majority. if anyone could mobilize parents and everyone, to one massive march, and storm all the office of each politician, we could reverse it, by outnumbering and being louder for once. too much passivity. who is good at mobilization???

Well Colorado is also Democrat led..I’m going to a red state..this is not ok with the majority of parents regardless of politics, but politics is what’s pushing it.

Do an online search for current sex Ed curriculums in Red States. You’ll find many are revamping it to be “inclusive” and are pushing for “youth reproductive rights”. And many want to include k-12. Do the research behind the partners or health experts giving input. You’ll find it goes back to liberal agencies or “experts”.

Goes back to kinsey and his freakshow of molestation.

This cancer seems to follow no matter where people go. So either we can fight it now or leave and let our children fight it when it comes to the state Californians move to. I’m hearing about it everyday from my brothers and sisters in OR, NV, WA, even WY now.
I prefer to fight now while I have the health and energy to do so so my child won’t have to face that possible cancer later in their “safe” state.
That’s just my convictions. To stay as long as I can to try and turn my beloved state around.
Because I know. It really doesn’t matter where I move. It will effect the future generations. We’re really only putting off the inevitable by deserting our home state.

We moved back to California from a conservative midwest state to take care of family and its bad here but its already creeping in back there too.

Good people need to come together and stand their ground in the state in which they live. Running away from problems only strengthens problems. And the issues today are as important as issues many have fought in the past. You start by doing the very thing the enemy fears, you commit to organize and educate and vote against the destructive behavior against families that believe in decency and traditional godly family values. And become the example of traditional family values by standing United. Remember the psychological game the enemy is playing is too demoralize good people. The enemy is annoying but is defeated so don’t give in to the nonsense, understand the game.
Godly people are righteous now show your faith by your actions. Be the example. 🇺🇸 Remember the challenges of those that came before you, they didn’t give up they believe in fighting for you now you fight for the future of the ones you love.

It’s in Canada and Scotland, as well.

Hate to tell you Texas (red state) has their share of alternative lifestyle proponents. They are mayor’s, they’re on City councils, schoolbords, etc. They are everywhere and pushing their agenda as hard and fast as they can. We have to at some point take a stand and stop this madness!

It all over the world, just check the news in Argentina, Mexico, Ecuador and Spain.

This is an attack on mankind by the NWO. If this isn’t worth going to war over to stop their attack on our children and our family values and morals, I don’t know what else does. Now they’ve gotten personal. The only way to stop this is to rise up and fight fire with fire. That’s the only way we can stop their onslaught, each and every one of us, take a stand and fight with everything we’ve got. I don’t mean a war of words I’m talking about going after the groups and people responsible for pushing this agenda. They need to be permanently silenced. That is the only way yo save our country, our values, our families and our children. The only way.😖 Our children and their future lives and their future children are worth fighting for IMO.

And yet another post from this group:

This is from SIECUS, the Sexual Information and Education Council of the US. They have been around since the 60s and are the ones pushing the new sex ed, called comprehensive sexuality education (CSE). They tweeted recently that “comprehensive sexuality education is a vehicle for social change. full stop”. Please see that we have TWO school districts that have partnered with their secondary organization (SEPAC), here in California. PLEASE push back! Their stated goals are to influence legislators, get policies put in place locally and state wide, and increasing their activists nationwide to push this on our kids. FIGHT THIS!!!

We are thrilled to announce the first cohort of the Sex Education Policy Action Council! Led by SIECUS, the Sex Education Policy Action Council (SEPAC) is a brand-new initiative to build the power of state and local advocates actively working together to advance comprehensive sex education.
Hailing from 25 states across the country, SEPAC members are already leading the charge for sex ed in their communities. In bringing these powerhouse sex education experts and advocates together, SEPAC will strengthen members’ advocacy skills, identify new opportunities and strategies to inform federal, state, and local policy and legislation, and share best practices for movement building across the country.
From peer-learning sessions to speaking truth to power on Capitol Hill, SEPAC members will work closely with SIECUS, developing the tailored strategies needed, right now, to advance sex education that meets the needs of young people in 2019.
What are the goals of SEPAC?
SEPAC aims to advance comprehensive sex education policies in communities across the country. We do so by:
Advancing support for introducing and adopting policies at local, state, and federal levels
Growing cross-movement coalition partnerships
Increasing the number of elected officials and policymakers prioritizing sex education
Building capacity for state and local activists through sharing information, resources, and model legislation
Who is SEPAC?
Alabama Sexual Health Coalition (members include:)
Alabama Sexual Health Network
Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health
Alabama Solutions
1917 Clinic
ACLU Alabama
Planned Parenthood Southeast
Medical Advocacy Outreach
AIDS Alabama
Magic City Wellness Center
YellowHammer Fund
Birmingham AIDS Outreach
Planned Parenthood Arizona
ACLU of Northern California
Los Angeles Unified School District
San Diego Unified School District
Planned Parenthood California Central Coast / Planned Parenthood California Heads of Education
Planned Parenthood Affiliates of CA
Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains
Planned Parenthood Southeast
Let’s Talk, Inc.
Sexual Health Promotion Lab
Maryland Department of Education
Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health (MOASH)
Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota (MNNDSD)
Healthy Youth Development-Prevention Research Center, University of Minnesota
Planned Parenthood Southeast
Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership
Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains
New Mexico
Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains
New York
Planned Parenthood Empire Acts
New York Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Stop the Shaming
Peer Health Exchange
Girls Inc. of Long Island
Children’s Aid
North Carolina
Equality North Carolina
North Dakota
Planned Parenthood MNNDSD
North Dakota Women’s Network
Oregon Youth Sexual Health Partnership
Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest
Portland Public Schools
South Dakota
Planned Parenthood MNNDSD
Girls Inc. of Chattanooga
Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga
Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
Planned Parenthood Association of Utah
Virginia League of Planned Parenthood
Virginia Coalition of Sex Ed Reform (VACSER)
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest
Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains

When comprehensive sex ed policies are put into place, young people learn the accurate, complete information they need to ensure their own lifelong sexual and reproductive health and well-being. Just as importantly, they also receive a foundational understanding of concepts like bodily autonomy, consent, reproductive decision-making, healthy relationships, and LGBTQ acceptance and inclusion.
That’s why we cannot wait to see the incredible impact that this group of committed leaders is about to make on the lives of young people everywhere. For more information or any questions regarding SEPAC, please contact Jennifer Driver, SIECUS’ State Policy Director.
Fiercely yours in this fight,
Christine Soyong Harley
President & CEO

And some replies to this post:

Great, my school district is on their list…. : (

If you’re going out state on vacation this summer – PLEASE share information on CSE because it’s not just staying in CA. If you warn and inform (especially the right people with influence), other states could possibly beat this stuff back before it takes root.

Here is a post from Alice Linahan:

WARNING: If you want to know who turned Texas PURPLE and who will very likely turn Texas BLUE; look no further than the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) 2020 Victory Chairwoman Stacy Hock. She has already done a huge amount of harm to our great state from her Bush led FakeSchoolChoice to the push for Gov. Abbott’s Mental Health School Safety legislation that came straight out of the Democrat Party Platform.

I have written about her here:

Whether it is the Bush Clan/Betsy Devos and Obama with their “Connect All Schools”, “Learner in a Networked World” plans or Texas Commissioner of Education Mike Morath and his philanthropic advisor Stacy Hock and Laura and John Arnold (major Planned Parenthood donors) through their Evidence-Based Online Digital Learning/Predictive Analytics plan, through Artifical Intelligence (AI) are very dangerous.

All these people, (whether they know it or not), are leading America and our children to the same end game. In this new age of Artificial Intelligence, (AI) is being used to turn our children’s minds into a new form of capital, via predictive analytics technology. Predictive analytics uses mined education data to create software programs that have the ability to predict and modify the behaviors of ALL students. Students, who are the next generation of Americans, are now seen as an investment vehicle, a product, to be managed via Total Quality Management (TQM) for a globally controlled workforce, in a globally controlled economy.

This audio is a good reminder of why the agenda by Stacy Hock and other wealthy individuals to push Mental Health legislation, Fake school choice and vouchers, along with taking over ISDs, and eliminating locally elected school boards is so dangerous to our communities.

As President Trump begins his 2020 Presidential campaign, we must remind him of his past promises. CHOICE is a trap.
Please read the Obama agenda that mirrors and sets all the precedents for CHOICE to become a reality in a Trump administration.
Save the Republic.
Read the link here:


And some replies to this post:

Who IS this person??!! Was just given her little flyer this past weekend. It looks like another push to replace the bad lawmakers with more GOP pick BAD lawmakers. Her resume isn’t very impressive. Why can’t they choose grassroots people in our communities for these jobs? I nominate every precinct chair to STOP following the leader and go find candidates!!!!

Stacy Hock,, I call her money bags. She is loaded. She sits on the board of Texas Public Policy, She was a HUGE advocate and pushed real hard for school Choice. She now heads up the 2020 Victory Campaign in Texas. RINO in my opinion.

I already had this on my radar. Oh and of course novody EVER let’s the rural community outside of Austin, San Antonio or Houston know what’s up.

I’ve known Stacy Hock for almost a decade. She’s incredibly bright and hard working and committed to permanently preventing Democrats from regaining control in Texas. She helped support our efforts to win seats in Travis County when that was an incredible long shot. She helped TPPF grow and bring on strong leadership and advance great policy.
She’s a native Texan who is raising her family here because she cares about our state. She returned here after getting degrees from MIT in computer science and electrical engineering and ran an IBM software unit working with Wall Street firms. I’d put her qualifications up against any dozen other people volunteering in Texas politics, me included. The Party is lucky to have her serving.
Those who criticize her without knowing her should know better. Those whose criticism is that she’s donated money should think for a minute about the fact that the job – Victory Chair – is literally to raise millions to beat Democrats. Having donated money is a pretty good job qualification. Not sufficient by itself, but sure should be a requirement.

im not criticizing im asking for a better and more clear view of what her job is. Im asking for a better and more clear view of what she will do to help us find better more conservative candidates. We need money donated to our grassroots activists and our grassroots candidates. The push to support incumbents who are NOT supporting our platform isn’t giving anyone the warm fuzzies. Who is she currently looking for and why isn’t she contacting people other than the urban click? Or maybe she is reaching out and as usual we haven’t heard anything. Who did she get elected in Travis county? I mean seriously we are the arms and legs of the party!!! I worked my TAIL off for our special election in this horrificly blue area. I have to drive HUNDREDS of miles to get any kind of training or information. Please!!! Please stop accusing and start helping us!!! We are going to turn straight up blue without some arms reaching out here. Im tapped out!!!!

Texans can see where Abbott has taken our state with Stacy Hock. It is NOT Conservative and it is NOT what Grassroots Republicans are for. You are making a HUGE mistake. Just like Cruz did and those following him pushing Jen Bush, Betsy DeVos and Stacy Hock’s “FAKE School CHOICE”.

do you even have a clue where the Next Generation of Assessments and Accountability comes from? Have you read the NEXT GEN Commission Report that Stacy Hock was a part of? This is NOT about knowing someone through access at RPT fundraising events. This is about knowing the agenda of those who want certain legislation passed. Such as SB10 and SB11..

what good does it do to keep Democrats from office in Texas if Republicans are going to vote the same way as Democrats?

I am a precinct chair and i support the platform. We get punked out if we stand for conservstism or don’t support progressive money makers. I never get answers from some of these people. I swear it’s really discouraging. So…out here we do our own fundraising. We do our own training. We have to be self sufficient out here in no man’s land. Its not easy and a lot of us just give up abd hand it over. Its a shame the direction some think we need to go…but there are still some of us trying…no matter what the obstacles. And THAT gives me hope.

I’m not giving up. But I won’t support TX politicians who refuse to vote the way TX citizens want them to. I’ll campaign for Trump only. I’ll contribute to him only. The rest of them are betraying “we the people”…looking in our eyes, lying and smiling as they do so.

actually not all politicians are refusing to do the right thing. We have a handful that are fighting the good fight. Trump will not save our State. We the people will. We have to be active and we have to be engaged. Facebook can be a useful tool to help organize and get our message out. But the best method to fix this mess is to engage within your community. Support the good Texas politicians or we will lose our great State!!!

Folks: … It’s BOTH political Parties … from the local, county, city, state, and Federal … they have become a permanent ‘ruling’ class of professional politicians … they work for their PARTY .. NOT us. From ‘open’ borders, to property taxes, to COMMON CORE/College and Career Ready Standards .. ‘they’ have been ruling over all of it – all of it – and where are we now? We will NOT be voting for a single incumbent Republican. Cute puppies and promises will not work on us again. … We need to clean out BOTH political Parties and replace them with office holders that intend to represent us and our values and principles .. and follow the US Constitution and the Texas Constitution only. Their ideas and judgements be d*mned.

exactly!! Yes we need to clean them out. How do we do that? Who isthey

my neighborhood is at least 50% Beto supporters. Huge change since I moved here in ‘93. Maybe “all” is a generalization, but list the wins that we’ve had in last three sessions in TX, [name redacted]. We’ve had some great bills that were well written. Supposedly a “Republican” majority and still no victories.

I agree. Mainstream Republicans hate Trump because he messes with their “gravy train”. Yet these self described Republicans make us promises and then when the bills don’t pass, make excuses.

so we need to replace these lawmakers yes? My entire district is mostly Democrat!! We had a special electiin and replaced a crimibal Democrat with a Republican who went in and passed the some of the same bills the Democrats authored. Its absolutely absurd the 💩 sandwich they’re feedibg us.

Here is a post from the Choose to Refuse Common Core group:

LGTBBQ Up In Arms After Utah High School Students Burning A Rainbow Flag


A couple of Football players at Kearns High School are being booted off the team after they filmed themselves burning a rainbow flag and then one of them said: “All gays die.” The incident happened during their summer break, not on campus.

“Granite School District officials are determining the proper punishment, which could include community service or school suspension for the student who posted the video and another who reposted it.

“There’s no place for that in our program at all, and it won’t be tolerated,” said Matt Rickards, the team’s head coach. “It’s potentially a hate crime, so it sickens me.”

“We want to make sure every student who walks through our doors feels safe and secure in the environment that they’re in,” said district spokesman Ben Horsley. “Whether it was done intentionally with a threat in mind or for humor’s sake, it’s inappropriate. And we’re going to address it in a very serious fashion.”

“The video was also forwarded to the Unified Police Department, but detectives there determined no crime was committed since nobody was directly threatened in the video, and thus no charges — including possible hate crime charges — will be filed, Unified Police Sgt. Melody Gray said.

“Burning the flag is not a crime, and because our hate crimes law is an enhancement to a crime there is no crime committed, therefore (there is no hate crime),” she explained.


Here is a post from an Arizona anti-Common Core group:

The Arizona State Board of Education will meet about changes to sex ed rules on Monday, June 24, 2019, at 10am–1535 W. Jefferson St, Conf. 122, Phoenix, AZ 85007.

Here is a post from the California anti-radcial sex ed group:

In 1988 California Teachers Association (CTA) the primary teachers union in CA and the US sent me a packet outlining their goals to support/include lgbtqia favoring hiring, curriculum, books n materials in our public schools.
2 Years ago 2017 my district of West Contra Costa Informed every employee at our all district mandatory meeting that WCCUSD proudly supports the LGBTQIA community as they waved the rainbow flag in our faces.
Not 1 regular employee was ever allowed to vote on this issue.
(This is an example of liberation democracy). This was decided by the administrators and union leaders.
FYI Out of 1500 teachers the union president was elected by under 300 votes. I confidently repeat this bc I counted the votes even though I did not vote given only activists, radicals and provocateurs were running.
WCCUSD is a large district with mostly minority students at present. Our academic levels since the 60’s should prove we deserve to be closed if state educrats cared about students futures no matter what their ethnicity or income levels are.
CTA published 4 or more posters they asked teachers to display in their classrooms.
My least favorite was “There’s No Room For Hate”
The message is meant to silence/target ALL WHO HAVE THEIR OWN OPINIONS.
These posters are VERY EFFECTIVE !
Even in boring Moraga, a 4 school district near Walnut Creek in the SF East Bay, many administrators think that parental notification and parents insistence on preserving their autonomy over sexuality, family, relationships, sexual behaviors, medical intervention is saying you oppose equal access to education for minority students!!!!! In their minds ONLY bigots do not want children to learn how “ normal “ lgbtqia life choices/behaviors are.
100% False.
Adults who recognize the harm of homo/hetero indoctrination, adults who value family and the protection parents can offer when their child faces struggles is the issue.
Schools have become the hammer/gun/app of many ideologies pointed at kids, payed for by taxpayers.

Here is a post from the Choose to Refuse Common Core group:

PRIVACY? We don’t deserve no stinkin’ privacy…

The possibility that the unique patient identifier system may be linked to a database containing information regarding gun ownership is especially disturbing given the bipartisan support for “red flag” laws.

Here is a post from the Common Core Diva:

Warriors, five Fed bills which could be enacted. While one expands government & further aligns curriculum to the UN’s model, the other 4 will continue to cradle to grave job manipulation via education. Is THIS really what we will accept? It isn’t just Common Core, anymore. It’s CTE, CBE, and, STEM. All for College/Career Readiness. In every choice & corner of our nation.

Here is another post from the Common Core Diva:

Warriors, as the G20 Summit approaches, mainstream media is all over it, BUT, here is EVERYTHING being left out. Includes the G7, G8, the ILO (Int’l Labor Organization), the UN, and more. Education impacts you HAVE to learn about!!

Here is a post from the Minnesota anti-Common Core group:

All a part of data collection… Don’t cough, laugh or even cheer lest you be reported for aggression. Keep up with your local school district. Are you attending school board meetings? Go with a friend and establish accountability that is missing in many districts. When you can’t attend, view the meeting either live or the archived video. Agenda packets are publicly available. Ask for contracts with 3rd parties. All is publicly available.

Having Google teach children how to spot “fake news” is a BAD idea:

UPDATE: For this year at least, the evil Arizona sex ed bill is DEAD!

Here is a post from Shannon Joy:

I don’t like this.

And some replies to this post:

Real ID Is the same, and connected to everything on a person, so the government knows everything about you. Ugh

exactly and that includes your mdical history where you doctor what for how often and what meds you take.

yes and it is going to be like Argentina with Mandatory Adult vaccines schedule (there are hundreds of them in the pipeline now) “Show Me Your Papers”
Also found out in California they put an emergency clause that starting July 1, if you do not have a REAL ID you cannot purchase ammo for firearms. UGH we need to push back !

Eventually this technology will be in every airport, bus terminal and train station. Probably also in every sports stadium, mall, school and who knows where else. There will be no avoiding it.

Next comes the mark of the beast

yes and I don’t think it is that far off ..note that how they phase out one thing for the new and even now many will not except checks nor money orders the next step looks like phasing out credit cards and replace them with the MARC . You won’t need to do Banking Every place of business will have you place your hand and it will give a read out of credit you have based on your work record which is all computerized .. those who do not work but recieving SS and or SSI chip in the hand gives the same cedit .. Scary thing is that came to me in late 1960’s is that those who have an irreversable mental and physical condiction will be considered a burden on society having nothing to contribute this may not stop with the old but uneducated along with those having irreverable mental and physical disabilities That right there would give government reason to discontinue SS and SSI giving more funds for government to play with. BTW it matters not the both SS and SSI are TAXES that came off Workers wages it is NOT WELFARE but BIg Bro already sees SS as being WELFARE.

this is basically what Google is partnering with China to develop right now as I understand it

It’s laughable that they speak to this information not being sold or used for other purposes. The guise of terrorism was the excuse for the Patriot Act and this is another step to removing our privacy. People need to stop trusting the gov’t and truly scutinize the long-term impacts.

It’s bullshit. I don’t even like the license plate readers mounted to the rear deck lids of police vehicles. They want to track your every move.

We long warned that school choice and vouchers would prove to be a trap and that the Gaystapo would go after Christian schools that didn’t tow the line on same-sex “marriage” and other matters, and we were proven right in Maryland:

Here is a post from Lynn Davenport:

Data centers are an integral part of moving us to a Smart City surveillance state. It’s going to be hot in Midlothian 🔥

“To support these kinds of cutting-edge computing technologies, IT experts and urban decision-makers will need to invest in a wide range of solutions. While traditional centralized data centers will still be an important part of any smart city’s digital computing infrastructure, smaller decentralized data centers spread across an entire urban area will be an essential supplement to a smart city’s processing power.”

Google’s massive $600M data center takes shape in Ellis County as tech giant ups Texas presence. North Texas is one of the country’s biggest hubs for data centers:

What is a Smart City?

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Sad to see it’s traveling 😦

Now California is trying to pass a bill forcing colleges to provide abortions on campus:

Here is a post from a Nevada anti-Common Core group:

Nevada has been storing an incredible amount of data on students from kindergarten through the grave. In NV both Infinite Campus and the state’s SAIN system store student data FOREVER. Unlike the author, I do not think this is good for our children.

Here is a post from Alice Linahan:

This should be a huge RED FLAG that Gov. Abbott’s appointed Commissioner of Education Mike Morath wants “New Sex Education Standards” that include “Healthy Relationships”. Who defines what “healthy relationships” means? Why is the STATE deciding and setting standards that should be the right of parents to decide NOT the STATE?

Important to note: The Texas Freedom Network (TFN) is an organization that was founded by former Texas Governor Ann Richards’ daughter Cecile Richards, former president of Planned Parenthood nationally.


Here is a post from a Michigan anti-Common Core page:

hear Melanie Kurdys tell you about the new Michigan Social studies standards

And another post from this page:

The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to approve what would be a record-high funding level for the U.S. Department of Education in nominal terms, although there’s a long slog ahead before Congress sends a final spending bill to President Donald Trump for his signature.

Title I, special education, and social-emotional learning would be big winners under the bill crafted by Democrats, who control the House. And in keeping with much of the mood in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, charter school funding would get slashed by nearly 10 percent.

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

This is on page 41 of the 7-8th grade health framework. Talking about “spiritual abuse” being “insisting on rigid gender roles”. Every person of faith should seriously consider the repercussions of this!


No, you can’t count on them to notify you that they will be teaching radical sex ed, as these Ohio parents found out the hard way:

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Ever wonder how gender ideology creeps into the schools? Here’s how. There is no opt out for this.

And another post from this group:

🔥Parents Beware, Santa Barbara Unified School District using a few guest speakers and one of them is PLANNED PARENTHOOD🔥
Good afternoon,

We have an adopted textbook for high school that is rather old. I can get a copy for you to review. We are going to look at a new textbook next spring for reviewing. In addition, currently we do use guest speakers from our community, including groups such as WHAT IS LOVE? (which covers topics such as positive relationship building and avoiding dating violence) and PLANNED PARENTHOOD (which covers more of the Sex Ed aspects) to address aspects of the CHYA that the textbook does not cover. The textbook is adopted at the district level, but individual teachers may decide on which organizations they use for guest speakers as long as we have an approved contract with the organization. Our Health teachers do meet in the summer for planning the year ahead, so they have very similar curriculum overall.

Anne Roundy-Harter, Ed.D.
Director of Secondary Education
Santa Barbara Unified School District
805.963.4338, x6274

Here is a post from a Utah anti-Common Core group:

The big story here is that the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) is cosponsoring this LGBT Pronoun Pride campaign with Oreo.

The Federalist article states:
“While it sounds benign, this [NCTE] massive organization that affects millions of teachers all over the country—and helped write Common Core—has been politically far leftist for decades.”

Parents in California need to know that the NCTE often uses research from California’s newly appointed State School Board President Linda Darling-Hammond to justify their anti-family political and sexual rights agenda.

What has Darling-Hammond done to force the secular humanist, sexual rights agenda on schools?

Darling-Hammond’s education policies are enshrined in the Obama administration’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). She was the administration’s chief advisor on federal/state policies for: standards, assessment, teacher training and school grading policies. The objective was to nudge states into a national curriculum using Common Core standards and big data. Her appointment in California signals to every state in the nation that a national curriculum is right on track to being enforced through federal policy.

Learn about the NCTE’s push for “Literacy for Social Justice” here:

The Every Student Succeeds Act is the reason that the K-12 curriculum Frameworks in California (and all states) are now about progressive-defined social issues, not academics.

Parents need to know that :

• Social Justice is what K-12 assessments are assessing children for.
•Social Justice is what schools are being graded on.
• Social Justice is what teachers are being trained in (Social-Emotional Learning).

This creates a stranglehold on schools. It rigs the entire education system so that teachers are forced into compliance and children are forced to agree with anti-Christian thought.

Consider the idea that when you tell your child to go to school now, and to “get good grades”, what you’re really telling them is “go to school and be the best at despising Christianity.”

The ONLY way to stop Comprehensive Sexuality Education curriculum from becoming THE focus of all K-12 education is to restore local school’s control over:
•School grading
•Teacher training
•Data sharing

What has happened to assessment policies in the US to enforce the Social Justice, sexual rights agenda on schools?:

For starters, the US Department of Education co-hosted Teaching Summits with the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) from 2011-2013. The Summits were designed to change teacher training and assessment practices in the US.

Who’s the OECD?:

The OECD is a world policy organization and Planned Parenthood partner based in France that changes nations’ K-12 assessment policies so that nations’ children can be graded on their allegiance to the UN’s sexual rights and political agendas.…/…/internationaled/teaching-summit.html

This is one of the best articles parents can read about how the OECD has shifted US teaching policies so that children’s personalities and values can be monitored and shaped by assessment practices and big data. Make no mistake. They are using big data to turn children into progressive sexual rights activists:

Linda Darling-Hammond works closely with Andreas Schleicher who heads assessment and big data policies for the OECD. Together, they hold unchecked power over what teachers and online curriculum must teach.

UPDATE: I believe that the Federalist article was mistaken about National Council of Teachers of English partnering with Oreos. I believe they actually partnered with National Center for Transgender Equality, according to this article:

When I heard about this group called Arabella Advisors being used to support the anti-Trump movement with Dark Money (, I decided to do some further research, especially when hearing that they were tied to social impact investing.

I found that they were tied to supporting the Paris Climate agreement and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals:

I also did some digging and found them tied to the early childhood education push:

Here is a report of theirs:

MassResistance found a Drag Queen Story Hour event in Des Moines, WA being promoted by a local elementary school.

Here is the incriminating flyer:

Here is a post from the Common Core Diva:

Hey anti CCSS/Fed Ed Warriors: the US House Committee for Education and Labor is celebrating a new change in DC, which began 7/1/19. The Strengthening CTE Act ramps up mandates & funding for all the States. CTE is short for Career Tech Ed. CTE is adult Common Core & workforce prep, not academics.
If you thought the pigeonhole testing for Johnny & Suzy to determine what job they will be assigned is over, it is far from it.

Here is a post from the anti-iReady group:

This is so disturbing. Another example of the far-reaching negative impact that high-stakes testing can have.

“The district’s moves make sense in light of state requirements that place a heavy emphasis on academics above all else. The state requires nearly every student — including those with the most severe disabilities — to take a state test annually measuring progress in math and English. Their performance determines the school’s rating.

One teacher said it can take weeks to administer the test to profoundly disabled students, and it is nearly impossible to get a child exempt from taking the state test, no matter how extreme the disability.

Teachers believe this focus on academics is contributing to the increasingly violent nature of Oak Park, saying students with severe disabilities will lash out when they cannot express themselves and that what they need is greater social development, rather than trying to learn about the same topics as their peers.

‘Injuries will be on the rise in my opinion if OP continues in this ‘academic’ direction,’ one teacher said in a text message.”

And here is a Brighter Schooling post that was quoted:

“The school has shifted away from life-skills training and instead focuses on academics, despite many students operating at a cognitive level below a second-grader. At the same time, a statewide teacher shortage has made it impossible to fill staffing positions. Only a small portion of the staff receives annual training, and teachers say they do not know what they are authorized to do when a student gets violent.

Some of those issues had been developing for years, but when Brenner arrived back to school in August, it felt different. Much worse.

Brenner cautioned that a new school policy of grouping students by age rather than ability would mean some of the school’s most helpless students would be sitting alongside some of the most violent ones. When Brenner saw his roster, he was shocked at the mix — children in wheelchairs sitting alongside the most violent student in the school.

Grouping students by grade level and instituting standard bell schedules were just two manifestations of a nationwide trend toward normalizing the special education experience.

Florida lawmakers eliminated ‘special diploma’ options for students with disabilities in 2014, mandating that students with disabilities must learn the subject matter as their peers. Students classified as being intellectually disabled are taught using ‘Access Points,’ an alternative curriculum that mirrors what mainstream students are learning.

The curriculum has little focus on life skills, and instead teachers present a modified version of traditional academic subjects like biology or algebra, customizing their lesson plans to the student’s ability.

…parents of children operating on a toddler’s cognitive ability are frustrated by the state’s insistence that their children learn the same topics as students in mainstream schools. Instead of learning how to help mom set the table, students get massively watered-down history and science lessons, one teacher said.

‘The curriculum now includes topics such as kinetic energy and the rules of probability being presented to special-needs students, many of whom don’t have the capability to count to 10 or even know their last names,’ one parent wrote, requesting anonymity.

It is like ‘expecting a paraplegic to walk … and on a deadline!’ another teacher wrote in an email.

Oak Park teachers had once used minikitchens within their classrooms to teach life skills, but the district removed the microwaves, stoves and refrigerators this year. District spokeswoman Tracey Beeker said the appliances were removed because of safety issues.

The district’s moves make sense in light of state requirements that place a heavy emphasis on academics above all else. The state requires nearly every student — including those with the most severe disabilities — to take a state test annually measuring progress in math and English. Their performance determines the school’s rating.

One teacher said it can take weeks to administer the test to profoundly disabled students, and it is nearly impossible to get a child exempt from taking the state test, no matter how extreme the disability.

Teachers believe this focus on academics is contributing to the increasingly violent nature of Oak Park, saying students with severe disabilities will lash out when they cannot express themselves and that what they need is greater social development, rather than trying to learn about the same topics as their peers.

‘Injuries will be on the rise in my opinion if OP continues in this ‘academic’ direction,’ one teacher said in a text message.”

And another post from this group:

Manatee just approved a 19-20 $900,000 expenditure for Professional Development AND Reading AND Math Program Materials on Nay 29. There’s the updated info for a country whose ONLY documented remedial program for Dyslexia is iReady.

What’s our highest county expenditure so far?

And some replies to this post:

“The program is research based.” Ummmmm. According to whose standards?! I’m going to share the documents in the teacher group.

Bahahaha!!!! Research based because the research was done by CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES! It’s not done by an unbiased third party. It’s a joke.

And our kids are being used as lab rats in their grand educational experiment that is making this company one of the fastest growing companies in Massachusetts. It’s awful. Our kids are testing their product for them. You all have seen the videos of the mistakes and the poorly written questions with no answers. And we tie teacher pay in grades k-2 to this hot mess.

right which is not legitimate research.

By law it needs to be EVIDENCE-BASED. This is a great video by Sally Shaywitz explaining the difference to congress.

how do we get this through to our board members. It’s like they don’t care. They should already know this, right? It’s like we preach to a brick wall over and over again and we are ignored. We don’t even have the state backing these children up and making the local districts provide the proper resources for the law that the state wrote! Why won’t they enforce it? Thank you so much for this. I will tag one of our board members on this on a page that I know he is on. [name redacted] I hope your district is doing it right. It’s just not fair to our kids.

sadly they are not. At the beginning of 18/19 school year I contacted Just-read Florida the state agency put in place to make sure the district’s were complying with regulations. When I told them what was going on they said I needed to take it up with the district. The district says the state, Just Read Florida approves their plans so what is the problem? 🤷🏼‍♀️🤦🏼‍♀️

That is exactly what happened here in Manatee. [name redacted[ contacted them and Just Read told her the same thing. What is the point then. Shame on them all. Im paying to train myself the third week of July in OG. I used to teach reading recovery and my area of expertise has always been early literacy. I plan on tutoring, although I would love to go back to the classroom. I just don’t think I can do it again. I can’t bear to make kids cry and do developmentally inappropriate things just for a test score. I am more then a score just like my students are. No teacher deserves what the state is putting them through. It is worse when the local districts go along with the state. IT leads to malpractice, leaves kids miserable, and drives teachers from the classroom.

just called out Saunders and the board on this very subject asking what they offer that is explicit, systematic multi-sensory and evidence based which those last words they left out of the SPP. I’m curious the response I will receive.
And said iReady is none of these things and Just Read confirmed this.

I’m told by many teachers that Sally’s work and the NRP have been debunked

show me the evidence !!!!

Anytime I mention the science or reading many say NRP has been debunked 🤷‍♀️

Those who signed the letter against the PBS newhour are big names who sell curriculum

For instance: Gay Pinell of Fountas and Pinell signed it

PBS recently aired a special on dyslexia bringing much needed attention to the issue. Those who profit off of reading failure and perpetuate bad practice want PBS to do a new show essentially denying the existence of dyslexia and denying the science of reading. This has to stop. We need to stop allowing companies to profit on illiteracy.

Click to access Concern-letter-to-PBS.pdf

yes I understand but my point was Sally Shaywitz’s research is backed by evidence, independent replicated research.
If someone says something isn’t true that doesn’t automatically make it untrue. These curriculums (iReady, Reading Plus, Fountas and Pinell) do not have the Evidence with independent replicated research. Or any evidence at all for some.
According to Florida Administrative Code schools must use evidence-based interventions.

Funny thing is, when I list my reasons for opting my kids out, I mention the lack of it being evidence-based. Not one administrator tried to tell me otherwise.

do you opt out of iReady assessments in elementary? That is our plan next year
I am fine with another national evidence based assessment such as SAT-10 or DAR but we will refuse iReady and FSA.

yes I did this year when my son started showing early signs of anxiety 🙁 and I plan to for my daughter when she starts kindergarten this year.

this year we used iReady score as a good cause exemption for FSA for my 3rd grader this past year. But I don’t want to use that for my 1st grader.
Glad you hear it !

my daughter’s kindergarten teacher is actually excited I’m doing it too. She lost 18 days of instructional time when my son was in her class, because of technical issues from iReady

oh yes I remember you saying that. So ridiculous. Good for you 👍🏻

OMG, band instruments and equipping the new school?!?! While important, that is certainly not what the taxpayers voted for. We expected more STEM classrooms, elementary schools with STEM based learning which means manipulatives, using their hands to learn, engineering. The taxpayers certainly didn’t vote for her to add more computers solely for testing purposes. She’s talking from both sides of her mouth again. If she screws this up and we don’t see an increase in STEM curriculum, choices and classrooms, she won’t get the money in 2022.

That explains how we are getting more and more CBE, more laptops, and iPads. Enough is enough. It’s not why I voted for the referendum and beg for more $ from taxpayers. Very frustrating to see this!

And another post from this group:

$141,000 spent on a Single Sign-On (SSO) software will be voted on tomorrow night at the board meeting.

ClassLink allows students and teachers to log on one time and have access to all of the apps used in the district for data collection and mastery based instruction. Only one password and website to log into. So much easier instead of trying to remember so many user names and passwords for the ridiculous number of mindless screen time apps we have our children tethered to in Manatee County.

Imagine if we put that money into actual teachers instead of an easy link to all of the apps we are using to REPLACE TEACHERS. Imagine if we used this money to purchase multi sensory instructional materials that were third party independently researched and reviewed.

This just allows your kid a faster link to spend more Screen Time and less FACE TIME with our highly trained highly qualified TEACHERS.

And another post from this group:

Flashing words….Speed reading in Kindergarten….
Kindergarten I-Ready

And the replies to this post:

That is too fast.

So….multi-million dollar program that can only be used by kids who have computer at home or have kids make flash cards at school during class and take those home? Hmmm. Apparently, a teacher did not design this.

majority do this at school.
I don’t allow my kids to participate (as you can see why) as it should be teacher led but when you have 19 5-6 year olds on computers at the same time with headphones it isn’t being teacher led.
So we do it together at home only.

Something I need to say about all this online education for children. Computers cannot replace teachers or parents. Nothing beats the teacher centered classroom and the Socratic method of educating children.

agree! They will argue that a 30-40 min block isn’t replacing teachers but it is. Where I came from up North they would have reading and math specialist to help the kids. You won’t find that here in Florida. Put them on the computer.
We always have time for 30-40 min computer lab but we can’t oblige by the PE mandate what is was designed for. 150 min of PE a week but my kids have PE 5 days in a row ever 3 weeks but including extra recess time and go noodle/ movement during the day.

speaking of computer class, why do they ha e computer class and NO typing class? That’s total

That is wrong for so many reasons. Focusing on speed when it comes to learning words is more likely to be counterproductive when it comes to the whole purpose of reading—a deep understanding of what is being read. This approach can also cause unnecessary anxiety and stress.
This whole focus on “speed” in education is completely misguided. Learning isn’t a race. Being fast at these skills doesn’t equate to being better and humans can no longer compete against the speed of computers and AI anyway. Finally, some of our greatest thinkers were slow learners.
Here is a relevant quote from the amazing inventor and entrepreneur Dean Kamen:
“I’m a very slow reader. I’m a very slow learner. I’m a pretty slow thinker, but I stay focused on something until I think about it in enough different ways that I would look at you and say, I understand it now.” [Dean Kamen

This angers me

This irks me.. i told my k’s teacher i wasn’t comfortable teaching her to speed read (fluency). Fast forward a few weeks & she tells me my daughter is trying to read to fast & is having a hard time understanding what she is reading.. DUH! You can’t expect a K to do both

I found this guy, though it might be a gal, not sure, called Byron White, tied to StrivePartnership.

This fellow appears to also be a member of some micro-credentialing group for colleges or something, Campus Compact:

I knew Digital Promise had a role in these microcredentials and whatnot but wasn’t, till now, aware that StrivePartnership and those guys were.

Here is a post from the California anti-sex ed group:

Brand new shirts from the NEA (National Teacher’s Union). Corrupt! Defund them!! Teachers please OPT OUT of your Union Dues they are funding this madness!! Teachers Unions are but a front and money making machine for the Communist Party!! (A.k.a. Democratic socialist party)


Here is another post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

This document is being distributed to Arizona and Washington schools. Why is Planned Parenthood allowed to question districts on whether they are complying with CSE or not? The collusion between Planned Parenthood and schools is unconscionable. Find out how Planned Parenthood is influencing your school.


Here is a post that I found from a California page:

Brenda, a California public school teacher and school board member who is fighting for parental rights and childhood innocence, shows how The Human Rights Campaign sends books to teachers for use in classrooms to indoctrinate little children in gender ideology. Most teachers are against pushing social agendas and would much rather focus on teaching kids to read, but teachers’ unions (using teacher monies) work in partnership with The Human Rights Campaign to push this agenda onto kids.

And some replies to this post:

I am a recently ousted board member that started getting a reputation as a prude because I wanted to review our new health curriculum as well as the athletic conference agreements. Also took flack for actively wondering why 17 magazine was in our JH. It is a tough fight.

And this is why the youth are souring on “SOcial engineering” tactics of teachers like this.

I found this group, a supposed school choice group, promoting “personalized learning”. BTW, the group they cite in this tweet had Bill Gates as a donor last year:

They also recommend “personalized learning” for students with disabilities. Once again, the group they cite has Gates as a donor:

I found a tie-in between iNACOL and Knowledgeworks:

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Based on a topic I replied to in this group this week (Sex Ed law in Homeschooling or Charter Schools), I asked the Orange County Board of Ed a few questions and below are the answers.

1) When is the new Sex Ed law enforced at all public and charter schools? What is the deadline to have embedded it into the annual curriculum?

ANSWER: Instruction in traditional public schools was mandated to begin January 2016. For charter schools, the instruction must take place one time in Middle School and one time in High School starting with the next school year, 2019-2020.

2) May homeschools omit the Sex Ed framework?

ANSWER: My contact here at OCDE has not seen anything that exempts homeschools. If a publicly-funded homeschool has to adhere to all mandates for public instruction, then they have to adhere to this as well. That said, parents are allowed to opt out so that they can go through that process if they wish to opt out of the instruction, but the homeschool can’t just “omit it.”

3) I was told there may be a loophole. Can you confirm? I was told that self-study charter schools (Ex: Inspire) may provide curriculum to homeschools that may omit the Sex Ed. Is that correct?

ANSWER: No loopholes. The California Department of Education is paying very close attention to this instruction. Schools cannot simply omit the instruction. Again, the only way that instruction is not provided is in the case of a parent opting out (done passively where the parent has to put in writing that they request their child not receive the education- they can’t fill out or sign a provided form). FYI- Instruction must be skill based, which may pose a challenge for an all online program or self-study program. Blended instruction can work if there is some self-study, but an opportunity for group-based work and instructor-led instruction that reinforces skills is specifically called out in the law.

Looks like the ACLU was instructing California teachers on how to help kids get abortions wtihout parental consent:

Here is another post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

Our health dept here has a post regarding sexual assault and here is the link it provides….to Teen Vogue. I would like to know what you guys think about it please.

Here is a post from an anti-Common Core group:

“My sense is that when people hear the term “deeper learning,” they presume it means learners will have time and support to delve into subject areas; that they will be able to learn deeply about a given topic. Sounds great, doesn’t it? I believe what “deeper learning” is actually about is using digital platforms and IoT to better analyze LEARNERs as human capital. It is more about them learning US and categorizing us than it is about empowering students to learn about the world. It is about risk scoring people as human capital for financial speculation and social control.”

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

There is a hearing on Wednesday, July 10, before the Senate Education Committee on AB 493, which would require public schools (including charters) to indoctrinate their teachers with required LGBTQ “training.” Please contact your State Senator to oppose, and if anyone wanted to attend the Education Committee hearing on Wednesday, we would encourage you to do so. -David Schmus, Executive Director, Christian Educators Association International

And another post from this group:

The gauntlet is thrown and San Diego Unified is the example. This totally biased article appears in today’s San Diego Union Tribune, Local section, pg. B-1 (The linked article is, apparently, three days old) – the only mention of the Bible is to knock those who honor God as bigots and losers. It’s propaganda. No mention of how they are sexualizing all students using the through CSE and manipulating families through SEL.
CAUTION: From the article: This week, (which would be at the board meeting on July 9 – tomorrow!!!), “The San Diego School Board is expected to approve resolutions recognizing June as Pride Month and calling for the state to pass AB 493, which would require statewide staff training in schools on how to support LGBTQ students.” I think approving “statewide staff training” in schools is the plum here.
Please pray the mercy of God! All of Calif. will eventually be impacted by what is decided here. We truly need a lot of people to show up at tomorrow’s meeting.
Remember, we are always loving and honest. These are times to show forth the best of the Gospel message by wearing the full armor of God.

Heads up in New York City public schools:

The NEA has come out as stating that they believe that abortion is a “fundamental right”:

Here is a post from a teacher in California, albeit from last October:

Many residents in OUSD are asking about the Article I wrote for the OC Register. They want to know, “Who was the one person on the board who voted to implement the sex ed curriculum?”. Kathy Moffat is the one person who voted in favor of it. I am attaching the article. (please see notes below article) Feel free to share.

I, Brenda Lebsack, am a Trustee for Orange Unified School District and a teacher in Santa Ana Unified District. I am writing (representing only myself) in response to the Register article about OC School Districts Resisting Calif Sex Ed (AB 329). Orange Unified rejected Teen Talk, a new state sex ed curriculum, (vote 6-1) on May 30, 2018, due to community opposition and controversy over medical inaccuracy. I voted against Teen Talk for 7th & 8th graders.

To clear up misinformation about why this was rejected, I hope to shed light on some facts. On May 24th and May 30th, many people from the community attended our board meetings expressing concerns. This diversity of people consisted of: Muslims, Catholics, Protestants, Mormons, of varied ethnic backgrounds: Hispanic, White, Asian, Samoan, Romanian, Middle Easterners. Disapproval was expressed about Pansexuality, Asexuality, the Queer Umbrella, anal sex, anal/oral sex and one view taught as fact on sexual orientations and gender identities.

Direct Quotes used from Teen Talk were:
p.86 – Pan means any or all. Someone who is pansexual might find themselves attracted to men, women, non-binary people, trans people, gender queer people, and many more!
(yes, the exclamation point is in the text)

p. 84 – Gender Queer – Umbrella is noted for definitions:
A child may have a Non-binary gender identity, meaning they do not identify strictly as a boy or a girl- they could identity as BOTH, or NEITHER, or as ANOTHER GENDER ENTIRELY. Agender people do not identity with any gender…. Descriptors for gender identities are rapidly expanding; youth… today no longer feel bound to identity strictly with one of two genders, but are instead establishing a GROWING VOCABULARY for gender.

p.. 162 – low risk in getting HIV – Protected ORAL SEX ON ANUS.

Concerning Medical Accuracy, a CHOC Hospital Pediatrician attended our meeting and stated: “In reviewing Teen Talk, students are not being told medically accurate statistics regarding the effectiveness of condom use in anal sex. They are not being told the truth that anal sex is the highest risk behavior for transmission of HIV and other STD’s especially since condoms are not FDA approved for anal sex.”

Note: AB 329 ( Calif Healthy Youth Act) requires information include all FDA-approved methods of reducing the risk of HIV.

Click to access fast_facts_about_the_california_healthy_youth_act.pdf

When Teen Talk was halted on May 30th in Orange Unified School District due to reservations about medical accuracy and realizing we needed more community input to comply with Ed Code 60002, which states, Each district board.. shall promote the involvement of parents…. in the selection of instructional materials, ACLU sent our district a letter stating,

Parents do not have the right to dictate what curriculum is used or what information is provided to students in public schools. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has ruled that parents do not have any constitutional right “to prevent a public school from providing its students with whatever information it wishes to provide, sexual or otherwise, when and as the school determines that it is appropriate to do so.”

This letter from ACLU confused me. In Section 51937 under AB 329 it states: The Legislature recognizes that … parents and guardians have the ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY for IMPARTING VALUES regarding human sexuality to their children.

As a Trustee of OUSD, I was elected to represent my community and to also uphold the law. Although Teen Talk is considered the highest approved curriculum in compliance with AB 329 according to state experts and is recommended by the ACLU, I know we have the option to choose another curriculum that better reflects our community and still meets the requirements of the law. I believe Irvine Unified is the only district in Orange County using Teen Talk for their Middle and High School students. It might work for Irvine, but it does not work for Orange Unified. This is the beauty of local control.

Our desire in OUSD is to have curriculum that is medically accurate and inclusive for ALL students. The goal of comprehensive sex education is to increase knowledge so students can make well informed decisions concerning their sexual health. That goal will be met, but not through Teen Talk.

Note: This is my unedited version printed on Aug 12, 2018. Here is edited version

NOTE: p. 162 “Oral sex on anus” was removed from OUSD revised version which the OUSD board voted to halt on May 30th, however Pansexuality and Gender Queer Umbrella was in the revised version.

This person also shared a Youtube video:

I found the following comment on this video:

My son came home for months, every day, upset about the insanity and perversion being taught in his public school. The final straw was when he was asked BY THE TEACHER how he identified, and he simply said, “I’m (name). Why do I need to add more?” HE was promptly sent to the office, suspended pending an investigation into his HOME life to try to prove I was raising him to be a bigot. In the process, some of the students and staff were made aware that I voted for Trump, and things went from bad to worse. They actually tried to get me in trouble with CPS (Child Protective Services) by calling in and lying, telling them he was being raised in a racist, homophobic, and mentally abusive environment. (Obviously, it went nowhere, but it did result in me being very…abrasive with the school because of it.) Long story short, after fighting with the school for the remainder of the school year, most of the teachers and a large portion of the student body began to call him a racist, a sexist, and even a Nazi. It got bad enough he was actually jumped by a group of kids because of all of this. As a parent, I had to make the hardest decision I ever made with regards to my children…and I allowed him and both of my daughters (who were also targeted simply by proxy, although not as heavily) to public school. He is now 18, graduated from a good home-schooling program in May, and is headed into the Navy at the beginning of October to try to become a Corpsman (medic) (eventually he wants to be a pediatrician). I did my best as a single dad to raise all 3 of my children for the past 14 years, and I am proud to say that both of my daughters and my son are all drug-free, child-free, and headed into lives of promise and success. I firmly believe that if I would have allowed them to remain in the public compost heaps they call schools, they would have never had the educational acumen to be as successful as they are promising to be. We as a country need to step up and get rid of every politician, lobbyist, celebrity, administrator, teacher, and activist that wants to push these kinds of agendas. It is literally ruining our children, and our society. We should always endeavor to teach our young folks to be accepting, kind, understanding, compassionate, and open to anyone that does not look, live, or believe the way they do. But they should NEVER be taught such sexual insanity at such a young age. THAT is EXACTLY why we have skyrocketing numbers of kids having kids, one-parent homes (yes, I am a single parent, but that was because my wife DIED at age 26, not abandoned her children to go make more), and criminal systems and school overflowing with misled, uneducated, and dangerously under-parented juvenile delinquents of both sexes, all races, doctrines, cultures, and creeds. We need to wise up before we sleep through this and end up by absenteeism raising the generation that will forever destroy the greatest civilization in the history of mankind.

Here is a post that was shared in the Choose to Refuse Common Core group:

Personal data will be the new oil 🍏

A new source of value will emerge as ambient computing and AI make it possible to constantly track behaviors and interactions (online and in the physical world) and instantaneously convert them into mineable data streams. Over the next decade, more people will realize that their behaviors, practices, and even their biological information are generating considerable value for enterprises and organizations. As a result, a marketplace
for personal data will develop. As expressed in a 2011 report by the World Economic Forum, “personal data will be the new ‘oil’—a valuable resource of the 21st century.”19 Already people are becoming aware that their health data is an asset that they can choose to share or not. Ownership of one’s personal data will drive a new set of entrepreneurs who will actively guard their data assets and expect remuneration for their use. They will have new demands for companies that currently extract socioeconomic, social, location-based, financial, and other types of personal data as part of the service offering, and enterprising individuals will be keen to monetize their personal data assets.
IFTF Dallas 2026 study:

Click to access IFTF_DFW2026_ProsperityInNorthTexas_SR-1903.pdf

IFTF “Learning is Earning” creepy video about Dallas in 2026

In response to the arguments about the Home Depot boycott by the Left as well as comments by me that Home Depot and Lowes have attacked religious freedom bills and good bathroom bills, the Common Core Diva replied:

Home Depot isn’t any less guilty of overreach in education then Lowe’s.
Here are my articless on HD:

Then, Lowe’s:

Heads up in Minnesota schools:

I found this post in the California anti-radical sex ed group:

So Big Pharma is also behind the push to get our kids to have sex. They have sex and get STDs and then need medicine. Infuriating! Get CSE out of our schools!

UPDATE: I found from the California anti-radical sex ed group that the evil bills that had already passed the House that would force teachers to kowtow to the LGBTQP agenda have now passed the Senate Ed. Committee.

Here is another post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

I was reading the East Whittier District notice to parents.

ITs there in black and white.

Absence for Confidential Medical Service School authorities may excuse any pupil in grades 7-12 from the school for the purpose of obtaining confidential medical services without the consent of the pupil’s parent or guardian.

Growth and Development and California Healthy Youth Act (Sex and HIV/STI Education) The California Healthy Youth Act requires school districts to provide pupils with integrated, comprehensive, accurate, and unbiased sexual health and HIV prevention education at least once in middle school and once in high school. It is intended to ensure that pupils in grades 7-12 are provided with the knowledge and skills necessary to: 1) protect their sexual and reproductive health from HIV, other EWCSD Annual Notification to Parent/Guardian 18 of 25 Revised 8/9/18 sexually transmitted infections, and unintended pregnancy; 2) develop healthy attitudes concerning adolescent growth and development, body image, gender, sexual orientation, relationships, marriage, and family; and 3) have healthy, positive, and safe relationships and behaviors. It also promotes understanding of sexuality as a normal part of human development. The East Whittier City School District will provide instruction, as required by law, in comprehensive sexual health education, HIV/AIDS prevention education, and/or will conduct assessments on pupil health behaviors and risks in the coming school year. Parents or legal guardians have the right to: 1. Inspect the written and audiovisual educational materials used in the comprehensive sexual health and HIV/STI prevention education. 2. Request in writing that their child not receive comprehensive sexual health or HIV/STI prevention education. 3. Request a copy of Education Codes 51930 through 51939, the California Healthy Youth Act. 4. Be informed whether the comprehensive sexual health or HIV prevention education will be taught by district personnel or outside consultants. 5. Receive notice by mail or another commonly used method of notification no fewer than 14 days before the instruction is delivered if arrangements for the instruction are made after the beginning of the school year. 6. When the district chooses to use outside consultants or to hold an assembly with guest speakers to teach comprehensive sexual health or HIV/AIDS prevention education, to be informed of: a. The date of the instruction b. The name of the organization or affiliation of each guest speaker Parents may, in writing, request exemption from such instruction. A parent permission letter will be sent home with students. Parents will be notified, in writing, when they may preview films and materials. Parental support of school staff is essential in educating students in these critical areas. Discussion of these subjects at home is encouraged. Please refer any questions to your school nurse. Teachers and/or credentialed nursing and counseling staff will be providing materials and discussions on the topics listed below to the grade levels listed below: Topic Grade Levels Growth and Development 5th Sexual Health and HIV/AIDS Prevention: Positive Prevention Plus 7-8th Education on Sexual Harassment School social workers/counselors/administrators will make presentations to 4th-8th graders to advise them of behaviors that would be identified as sexual harassment and possibly warrant disciplinary action.

And another post from this group:

Listen to AM 590 now

They are saying that they have hired a company to train school districts how to get around the opt out for sex ed

And some replies to this post:

which school district are you referring to? And what company has been hired to circumvent the legal opt out? You must be referring to AB 329?

I have researched and all districts in Southern California have contracted with Cardea Services. This is extremely dangerous to our children

Wow. They’re poison.

I watched some videos from an actual meeting with Cardea from someone who is going to these meetings undercover. It is much worse than I thought.

Cardea Service is extremely dangerous to our children. I am going to send a FOIA request to my district requesting all curriculum and any curriculum which may include handouts or curriculum sponsored by Planned Parenthood, or Cardea.

Someone correct me if I’m wrong… districts only have to show you the curriculum that was selected by the district, but they are not required to show any additional lesson materials that teachers have discretion to choose and use (not just the garbage suggested on the framework, but ANYTHING they believe is aligned with CSE). This is a MAJOR loophole that means anything goes!

I am getting various answers on this question. I do believe anything originating from Planned Parenthood is bias and by law cannot be utilized. I definitely am concerned as what you said is correct and I will be watching all the textbooks and handouts my grandson brings home like an eagle. Sending a school district a FOIA not only places them on notice they are being watched but also makes them nervous. I can only try to be part of the solution to save our children. The other very disturbing issue I found, if a teacher refuses to teach the x rated sex education curriculum, the district has the option to call in a subcontractor and I have been told that would be Planned Parenthood. I do believe many teachers will have an issue with teaching this disgusting sex education. If anyone from Planned Parenthood comes into a school to teach our children they are open to a large lawsuit. I don’t know if it is factual but after reviewing some of the curriculum it is beyond disgusting and I tend to believe they will utilize Planned Parenthood. This is nothing more than to gain control of our children instead of waiting to gain control of our children in college.

Good for you for being so proactive for your grandson! I am researching all of this but it is confusing. Sadly, I don’t see anything in the law that rules out Planned Parenthood (although a group of citizens In Anaheim got them banned from that district!). In fact, PP helped develop and is promoting CSE worldwide (at Untied Nations, for example). It is great that parents and grandparents do whatever it takes to find out what is being planned by teachers, but we need the laws changed to close loopholes that make it very hard (if not impossible?) to do so.

PP is not ruled out…they have their hands in this thing at almost every level. What you need to remember is that districts have the ability to choose which curriculum they will use, which could be one that was written by PP, or not. You have to go directly to your own district to find out what they plan to teach. And even if they say they aren’t making any changes, that means “not yet”. Some districts, such as my own, have not YET implemented anything new, but eventually it will be in every district (although maybe taught with a different curriculum). There are 6 curriculums that are “approved” by the state as meeting the new requirements, but schools are not limited to those choices; however, most schools are choosing from one of the six. All six are equally bad. You have the right to review the chosen curriculum your district is using. Call the curriculum specialist in your district and ask to make an appointment to review the curriculum (and all additional supplemental materials) available.

Back in 2007, my daughter came home from Kindergarten and began to tell me that her classmates had taught her that ladies can marry ladies and there also was an incident on the playground where a boy was asking girls if he should pull his pants down. Kindergarten!!!! We decided to homeschool not long after…

They directly attack abstinence only approach and demean those who promote this, and call it shaming. This has nothing to do with inclusion…everything to do with evil & violation of our religious freedom and parental rights.

Here is a post from an Ohio anti-Common Core group:

Cleveland Metropolitan School District presents harmful curriculum to students. Here is the analysis of Making Proud Choices Curriculum. Program Description: Making Proud Choices is essentially a how-to manual for sexual activity. It implies that many, if not most, teenagers are sexually active and teaches them how to negotiate condom use and obtain consent for sex. This program promotes acceptance of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities and even contains same sex role play scenarios for teens to act out. Making Proud Choices encourages detailed condom demonstrations using penis models and suggests ways to make condom use more pleasurable. This curriculum includes DVDs with sexual discussions among teenagers and lessons on reducing the risk of STDs, not on eliminating the risk by practicing abstinence.

Here is another post from this group:

Ohio State University is involved in this?! No wonder they ignored all the kids that doctor molested at OSU. I have lost respect for any leadership of this school.

Here is a post from the Utah anti-Common Core group:

Terrible news. Contact your senators to stop this SEL overhaul of education that will lead to Planned Parenthood-style Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) curriculum in most subjects.

And some replies to this post:

The Congresswoman that spearheaded this legislation did so with direction from Linda Darling-Hammond’s Learning Policy Institute. See:

I will write my reps, but can someone post some talking points to share about some key reasons why this is bad? I am not involved enough to know all the details, but I still want to voice my concerns and sound like I know what I am talking about when I write to my reps.

SEL is a progressive-pushed scheme to shift K-12 from academics to progressive-defined values, attitudes and behaviors. SEL is rife with the LGBT and Planned Parenthood’s Comprehensive Sexuality Education agenda. See my comment above.
Watch Democrat Congressman Ryan talk about SEL being the new Common Core. He’s right. SEL was THE endgame for Common Core. The major assessment companies have already agreed to assess SEL. It’s an end run around local curriculum control. In fact, it’s the road to a national curriculum.

SEL is an acronym for social emotional learning. Pretty much, an excuse to make kids feel bad about themselves for not going along to get along in their beliefs. This means it is about re-programming their belief systems. It is about constantly putting feelers out to find out how the child feels and thinks, and what the child’s opinions and beliefs systems are, so that they can steer the kids toward what they want and shape their personality and belief systems.
Doing SEL and Comprehensive (not sex ed) sexuality ed together means ti push kids into believing that to be an acceptable person in their peer group (popular and well-liked), they should probably explore whether they want to be this sexuality or that (explore LGBT). This is serious indoctrination using emotion.

And another post from this group:

The quotes below from educrats and avowed Socialists should send chills down your spin. This is how they think and what they believe.

“Public education has served as a check on the power of parents, and this is another powerful reason for maintaining it.” – John Goodlad, Developing Democratic Character in the Young, pg. 165“[schools] should liberate students from the ways of thinking imposed by religions and other traditions of thought.” -John Goodlad, “Education and Community,” in Democracy, Education, and the Schools, Roger Stone, pg. 92.

“Most youth still hold the same values of their parents . . . if we do not alter this pattern, if we don’t resocialize, our system will decay.” – John Goodlad, Schooling for the Future, Issue #9, 1971

“Parents do not own their children. They have no ‘natural right’ to control their education fully.” – John Goodlad/Developing Democratic Character in the Young, pg. 164

“Enlightened social engineering is required to face situations that demand global action now.” – John Goodlad / Schooling for a Global Age, pg. xiii
“. . . a student attains ‘higher order thinking’ when he no longer believes in right or wrong. A large part of what we call good teaching is a teacher´s ability to obtain affective objectives by challenging the student’s fixed beliefs. . . . a large part of what we call teaching is that the teacher should be able to use education to reorganize a child’s thoughts, attitudes, and feelings.” -Benjamin Bloom, psychologist and educational theorist, “Major Categories in the Taxonomy of Educational Objectives,” pg. 185

“I walked out of jail and into my first teaching position—and from that day until this I’ve thought of myself as a teacher, but I’ve also understood teaching as a project intimately connected with social justice.” -Bill Ayers at the World Education Forum in Caracas, Venezuela in front of Pres. Hugo Chavez

“It is my expectation that Teacher Education for Democracy and Social Justice will become a rich resource for continuing this multi-layered conversation-from democratic belief to democratic action-that is the hallmark of educational renewal.” -John Goodlad’s forward to “Teacher Education for Democracy and Social Justice,” Nicholas Michelli and David Lee Keiser

And yet another post from this group:

I’m tried searching through the group, but I’m kind of in a time crunch and not finding very readily what I’m looking for. Can someone point me to an article or other reliable information in regards to a bill (?) that would make homeschool kids ineligible for certain scholarships? Thanks.

And the replies to this post:

This may be the one you are referring to
“670 (3) A home school is not eligible to enroll scholarship students.”

This looks more like what I remember.

check this out
i believe the next step is to try to have states move homeschoolers under private schools

Here is a post from the California anti-radical sex ed group:

I’m in northern California.
Here’s an article a physician friend wrote about medically inaccurate info on HIV taught by schools:
HIV Education and How Not To Do It
June 28, 2018
Photo: Visual Hunt
by Andrè Van Mol, MD
My home state of California requires HIV education as part of junior high and high school sex education curricula. School board members from various counties asked me to review elements of some available courses that they suspected were flawed. The ones presented to me were inaccurate and likely misleading and harmful to students, putting at particular risk the very group most in harm’s way: males having sex with other males (MSM).
A few land mines are lurking in the field of our state’s educational laws. California Education Code 51931 “definitions” section details that only “medically accurate” information can be taught. Seemingly fair enough. Also, Code 51933 states: “(4) Instruction and materials shall not reflect or promote bias against any person on the basis of any category protected by Section 220. (5) Instruction and materials shall affirmatively recognize that people have different sexual orientations and, when discussing or providing examples of relationships and couples, shall be inclusive of same-sex relationships.” Translation: All must affirm. There cannot be a discouraging word about sexual orientations. As you shall see, that gets tricky.
One curriculum explained that among behaviors considered “low risk” for HIV transmission was “vaginal or anal intercourse with a condom.” The same curriculum also lumped “vaginal, anal or oral sex” to imply equal protection through condom use. And with that, we say goodbye to medical accuracy. Condoms are not FDA approved for anal intercourse. Next, pooling oral, vaginal and anal intercourse together is inherently misleading. A rectum is not a vagina. Viruses have far easier access to blood through rectal vascular beds than through thick vaginal walls.
Furthermore, a 2013 U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report found that even a 100 percent use of condoms for anal intercourse failed an estimated 30 percent of the time. That is not low risk. The CDC’s “HIV Among Gay and Bisexual Men” webpage says: “Anal sex is the riskiest type of sex for getting or transmitting HIV. Receptive anal sex is 13 times as risky for getting HIV as insertive anal sex.” This seems an important detail for students to know, but it seems they don’t get this information. It would be one thing to state a degree of protection is afforded for various sexual practices though regular condom use, but quite another to broadly and vaguely generalize results as “low risk.”
California Education Code 51934(7) states: “This instruction shall emphasize that successfully treated HIV-positive individuals have a normal life expectancy, all people are at some risk of contracting HIV, and the only way to know if one is HIV-positive is to get tested.” Obfuscation is a poor substitute for clear warning, and equivalency arguments are misleading since things are rarely equivalent. This requirement of the code is easily misinterpreted by adolescents to mean all intercourse and abstinence are of nearly equal risk—“all people are at some risk”—leading to a sense of futility in prevention efforts. That is the wrong message to send. And there is more.
“Normal life expectancy” is a bit of a half story about HIV positivity. As one HIV-positive person asked of this program’s statements, “Who tells the students about the fist full of medications I have to take every single day and what happens if I miss a few days?” (Statement paraphrased by me). Who indeed. I am thrilled for people with HIV that the treatments have improved along with the life expectancy, but flippancy toward infection and its transmission—and a panacea view of treatment—can ruin it all for someone or many. A 2009 report from the Netherlands found that the benefits of “highly active antiretroviral therapy and early diagnosis” have “been entirely offset by increases in the [sexual] risk behavior rate.”
As one astute school board member pointed out during our review process, the California Education Code also says in 51934(2) that instruction is to include: “Information on the manner in which HIV and other sexually transmitted infections are and are not transmitted, including information on the relative risk of infection according to specific behaviors, including sexual activities and injection drug use.” She immediately recognized the code’s requirements are in flagrant contradiction of each other.
Medically accurate information on the relative risk of HIV infection from sexual behaviors looks much like this. The CDC reports that gay (men having sex with men, MSM) and bisexual men (MSM&W) account for the majority of new HIV cases in the U.S. “Gay and bisexual men” were estimated to be 2 percent of the U.S. population. Yet MSM represent 70 percent of new HIV infections in the U.S., and “Gay and bisexual men accounted for 82 percent (26,376) of new HIV diagnoses among all males aged 13 and older and 67 percent of the total new diagnoses in the United States.” “Gay and bisexual men aged 13 to 24 accounted for 92 percent of new HIV diagnoses among all men in their age group.” The CDC reported in 2016 that, at current rates, one in six MSM will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetimes. MSM have 83 times the lifetime HIV diagnosis rate of heterosexual men (MSW) and six times the lifetime HIV diagnosis rate of men who inject drugs. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
We are not in the dark as to why the HIV statistics are so poor in men having sex with men. According to a team led by Professor C. Beyrer at Johns Hopkins, MSM are more likely to have HIV, to have HIV variants and to spread HIV. There is more risk for transmission for each sex act with each person having anal-receptive sex. Only MSM can be inserters and receivers (pitchers and catchers). MSM have far higher rates of anal-receptive sex than women.
Students are poorly served by HIV awareness curricula that make generalizations and inaccuracies regarding the relative safety of sexual practices, exaggerate and blur the efficacy of condom use in them as though equivalent, and functionally tell students HIV infection is nothing because with medications you’ll live as long as anyone else. Reducing stigma associated with HIV is a goal of these programs, but in the name of that they seem to be clearing the way for more students to contract it. HIV awareness programs like the ones I’ve seen make students less aware, more naïve and more at risk.

Here is a post from Michael Farris:

Free College For Everyone Shouldn’t Be the Goal

At a dinner, I once sat next to the President of one of the largest banks in the world. He never went to college. He went straight from the Swiss schools (typically at about age 15 or 16) into the bank’s apprenticeship program.

He was not atypical. Comparatively few people go to college in Switzerland. About 2/3rds of Swiss adults went into similar apprenticeship programs in a wide variety of fields.

Of course there are few opportunities to learn socialism, radical feminism, or queer studies in the apprenticeship model. But despite that “shortcoming” there are high paying jobs that last a lifetime.

Having founded a college, I, of course, believe that colleges can be a wonderful way to prepare for life. But they are not the only way.

If the radical demands that we see coming from the progressive left gain momentum, it may be time for a massive retooling going away from the system that produces far too many antifa and other radicals, and pursue something more like the Swiss system.

We should all be alarmed by the outcomes arising from most colleges. It’s not only too much debt. We should all be alarmed that most colleges are purposely aimed at a radical political reformation.

As a taxpayer, I don’t want to fund that anymore.

Here is a post that was shared in the California anti-radical sex ed group:

This is a 4th grade reading level book that my elementary son has been reading. He brought this to me upset and knew it was inappropriate. Why?! Why in the world would this be included in a book geared towards children?! Published by Scholastic (who I plan on contacting).

Another reminder, parents, to be having consistent conversations with our kids about sex. Our culture has sexualized every dang thing, even children’s books about baseball. 😡😡


And here are the replies to this post:

Scholastic should take notice. I had the same thing happen with one of the free books they sent for my Grade 3 library. Thankfully an older sibling read it first and told her mother, who contacted me. I instructed them to throw it away. So disappointing!!

Do you remember the title of the book? I can mention that when I contact scholastic as well. I posted on their FB page but plan on calling and talking to someone.

Good idea. “Ungifted” by Gordon Korman. It is set in Middle School, but Reading level is listed as 8 and up. Even though there is an inappropriate sex education discussion.

Wow!!! I had to do the same thing last year. My son had gotten a book from the elementary schools literacy night. It had references to women and cuss words! I took it to the principal and he removed the books. I was so upset!!

Before I retired , I was beginning to see quite a few books 📚 with questionable content. One of my jr high students brought me a book because of what they had read. I was glad they told me and I took it to the librarian, who promptly took it out of the catalog and removed it from circulation. Sadly, we aren’t able to read everything before hand. I am also sad that many elementary books have sexual content because we have to be politically correct! Sorry, but political correctness is not good!!

This is just further erosion. Scholastic has peppered their presentations with anti-Christian “tidbits” for over 50 years! We’ve been their when nobody would listen, and that includes the school administration and other parents!

How crazy is that! It’s really sad that this is what is being published for 4th graders. I went to Barnes and Noble last summer and asked for recommendations for [name redacted] who was just out of 6th grade and everything was teen romance or violent. I’m just said thank you and walked away in disgust.

the teen section in Barnes and Nobles answers all the questions of what’s going on with our youth. Terrible it’s the offerings of literature.

Scholastic is known for this kind of propaganda! They have a book reading “contest” in public schools that includes a transgender book… group of kids are ages 3rd to 5th grade…we preview everything unless explicitly gospel based. So sad that children are being sexualized so young!

😤😤😤 my oldest daughter was in 4th grade when she brought a book home from public school that you read the first couple of chapters and then skipped around the rest of the book for various endings. One of the endings was a very detailed description of how you committed suicide. The librarian was a Christian woman. Who’s sister had committed suicide. She took the book and destroyed.

Scholastic just had an entire month of celebrating LGBTQIA+ with a myriad of pride books.

My daughter is in 1st grade and ordered a book from Scholastic called The Prince and The Knight.They fell in love and got married

And another post from this group:

Conejo Valley families… looks like Oak Park is officially the first in our area to hop on this band wagon. And parents are NOT being kept in the loop or given an opportunity to speak up.

And some replies to this post:

I spoke to a friend who teaches in public school in my area in Folsom Cordova USD. She is a strong conservative Christian. She said in that district for next year, this curriculum is SUPPLEMENTAL which means she can or does not have to implement a thing ( to which she said she will NOT) after that she does not know, and will resign if forced. We are going to lose GOOD TEACHERS over this, and have nothing left but loonie liberals. It is CRUCIAL for parents to ask directly in districts that have not mandated, but given supplemental rights, the teacher what they plan to do or not do with this curriculum the next year.

“Supplemental.” Hmm. That means, at the very least, that the proverbial foot is in the door. This agenda will not be satisfied to settle for being only a supplement. They want first door in the the line-up!

that’s how I understood it from her. That they said one year…so I’m going to take it as after this school year it may be mandatory not supplemental

Oak Park is a very small district and has been considered a model school district in the area… which is now unfortunate because other neighboring districts will use this curriculum as a model for their schools

Surprise, surprise! When will parents begin the revolution? Really, this is okay??? Don’t allow this. If the majority walked out, things would have to change!

And yet another post from this group:

As many know, AB 493 sailed through the Senate Ed Committee on Weds. 6 YES votes including Republican Scott Wilk, District 21 (Santa Clarita, Lancaster, Hesperia). My Senator, Ling Ling Chang, R, District 29, abstained, and this was after I met with her and staff.

Before 493 goes to the Senate, it must pass through the Senate Appropriations Committee. This could happen as early as August 12, which is the first day (Monday) of the last session of 2019, Aug 12-Sept 13. If it passes in the Senate, it will return to the Assembly. All of this must happen before Sept 13 when Sacramento will recess until January, 2020.

Pat Bates (Dist 36) and Brian Jones (38) are the two Republicans on the Appropriations Committee. The others are Portantino, Chair (25), Bradford (35), Durazo (24) Hill (13), and Wieckowski (10). I spent Weds afternoon in Pat Bates’ office discussing the situation with a staff member. Yesterday, I called a staffer for John Moorlach.

Most critical is that we talk to all Republicans to be sure they know that we expect them to be present with a NO vote. Trying to gain an additional 10 NO votes in the Senate seems to be a virtual impossibility but we must make the effort. The best way would be to approach your Senator at a townhall event, meet with her/him during the recess, try to engage a staff member. Then there’s the Assembly members. Use this opportunity to meet your state representatives. View this as preparation for the reintroduction of SB 673 in January.

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