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Which curricula are most common and what do they teach?
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IS MAKING US SICK
WHO WE ARE
We are a grassroots group not just informing parents and the community, but also taking them to the next level of activation.
We have several allies from other groups and organizations working towards the same cause and joining forces in Statewide events to create a greater impact.
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The National Association of Scholars upholds the standards of a liberal arts education that fosters intellectual freedom, searches for the truth, and promotes virtuous citizenship
Examples of their work:
Our Mission is our children.
Fourfold Effect of Comprehensive Sexuality Education
Denies Biological Gender
Advances the Sexual Orientation-Gender Idenity (SOGI) Worldview
WE WILL STOP at NOTHING to Protect Our Kids
Informed Parents of California, through our website informedparents.org, has become a statewide resource to inform parents on critical issues that impact our children's educational well-being, and the role of parents in education. You'll notice we cover plenty of topics (including curriculum e.g. AB 329/California Healthy Youth Act; legislation; legal challenges; cultural concerns; incursions of the nanny-state; parental rights; student survey, testing and other state-sponsored data collection schemes; violations of Constitutionally-protected freedoms, social-emotional learning SEL; school choice and more).
California Association of Scholars
The California Association of Scholars is an organization devoted to reform in higher education. An affiliate of the National Association of Scholars, it is composed of professors, graduate students, college administrators and trustees, and independent scholars committed to rational discourse as the foundation of academic life in a free and democratic society.
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WHAT ARE THEY LEARNING?
A growing number of parents, who had previously assumed that their schools will follow the best interests of their children, are now having doubts. Some are becoming actively involved in the debate over what should be taught in K-12 classrooms. The last few months have seen a remarkable springing up of small, disconnected groups and organizations attempting to give voice to these parents, and some sympathetic educators who stand with them. This genuine grass roots movement across the country is almost unprecedented.
There is a proliferation of internet activity. One website, of many examples, is here.