Recently, we have been busy with several cases involving hostility towards religion in the public school system. You can read about those and other cases involving our students here.
We’ve seen the suppression of students’ religious liberties rise dramatically over the past few years, and we’ve made it a key focus of our ministry to address
these issues and ensure that our students, teachers, and administrators understand their Constitutional liberties.
It is important that you understand what is happening in the public school system and know your rights as a student, parent, teacher,administrator, and concerned citizen. For that reason, we created a booklet entitled, “HIJACKED K-12”, to give you a realistic view of the culture that has been created within the California public school system over the last few years. Read More
There are only a few days left to gather signatures to place the CLASS Act Initiative on the ballot! Because there were not enough signatures for the Stop SB 48 campaign, the new campaign, the “CLASS Act” was formed to repeal SB 48.
We want to repeal SB 48 because this bill requires that all California public school districts use history books and other instructional materials to teach our children about homosexuality, transgenderism, and bisexuality. This will be taught and endorsed in all social science curriculum beginning with kindergarteners! Read More
There is still time to help stop SB 48 in its tracks, but that time is dwindling down. Only a couple weeks remain to collect signatures to put the CLASS Act on the ballot later this year. The CLASS Act would repeal SB 48 and promote the accurate teaching of history and social sciences in the classroom.
It’s that time again – when we see a multitude of initiatives that groups are trying to get placed on the November ballot. In California, there are some extremely important issues that we are watching closely. Even if you don’t live in this state, we encourage you to take an interest in these items, because – like they say – “As California goes, so goes the nation.” To that end, we want to share the Big 3 Initiatives that we are supporting, and if you are a California voter, we urge you to take particular notice and sign these petitions… Read More
A few months ago, we told you about the passage of a troubling bill that was passed in California – SB 48. According to this piece of legislation, school classes from grades K-12 would be required to include instruction on the contributions of gay, lesbian, transgender, and bisexual people in social science curricula. In addition:
SB 48 forces all public schools to include positive discussions of the sexual orientations of transgender, bisexual, and gay Americans in all social science courses. Nothing can “reflect adversely” on these lifestyles.
SB 48 requires the creation of new instructional materials at a time when school districts can hardly afford it.
SB 48 ties the hands of teachers and administrators at the local level and often contradicts what students are taught at home.
SB 48 requires teachers and administrators to enter into the divisive debate over sexual orientation and morality and to portray only one side of that debate. They are being asked not to tolerate but to advocate. Read More
It is hard to express the urgency under which this article is being drafted. We just recently received extremely troubling information concerning a conference put on by the California Teachers Association. The conference was titled “Pride in Education — Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Conference.” This was their third annual conference held over Halloween weekend in Palm Springs, California.
The conference program that was distributed to the teachers and administration attending the conference contained some very distressing information that reveals strategies that were once unimaginable. Read More
Despite the outcry from conservatives across California, the State Assembly and Senate passed Senate Bill (SB) 48 earlier this year. This bill makes it mandatory to include the contributions of the homosexual and transgendered community in history and social sciences textbooks, starting at the kindergarten level. Read More
In early July, the California legislature passed SB 48, a bill that requires children as young as 5 years old to be exposed to the homosexual agenda through their education.
According to the bill, social science classes from K-12 grades must include instruction on the role and contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans. In addition, the bill prohibits school activity or any education that would “reflect adversely” on people because of their sexual orientation.
If passed, this will be a major setback for families, especially since there is no opt-out provision provided by the bill. Read More