Social Emotional Learning will look innocuous during the elementary school years. This is an example of what it does to a young person as they get to their teenage years.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is an extremely deceptive indoctrination system because it ultimately ruins the mental health of children while simultaneously hiding behind the merits of “mental health”. Here is why SEL is so dangerous when applied in a broad one-size-fits-all manner.
This is a guest blog post by a Michelle Ball, a fierce mama bear who is taking action to protect her children from the political and sexual indoctrination in our public schools. She teaches us how she had a sexually inappropriate book removed that was assigned to a classroom of 16 year olds.
This guest post is from Stacy Worth, a Mother who fought the indoctrination of private schools in Florida successfully.
Most public schools have little to no oversight in what type of books are brought into the school library. Librarians and media specialists bring in what they see fit and many parents have no idea what is accessible by their children.
(Thank you to Purple for Parents Indiana for collaborating with us on this post.) When submit your opt-out form to remove your child from surveys, political, and inappropriate material, some school administrators may challenge you and attempt to bully you. Here are their tactics and our recommended solutions.
The following are steps you can take to ensure your children are opt-out of any inappropriate materials and surveys that you do not wish for them to participate in.
As thousands of parents wake up to the shocking realization that our public schools are political indoctrination centers, they’ve also discovered the volumes of sexually obscene and pornographic materials in schools. The common accusation from those against parents is “You’re just advocating for book burning!”
On July 26, 2021, a group of parents read excerpts from books that were pornographic, obscene, and wholly inappropriate for minors. These books are found in the elementary, middle, and high school libraries.
Parent-led groups are forming all over Indiana. While each group may have some challenges that are nuanced to their respective school district, the core issues will mostly be very similar. We’ll keep this list updated as more groups are formed and we hope this helps you find your local group to join in the fight against indoctrination in our K-12 public schools.