Are you concerned about the state of education? We are here to help! We are fighting to protect children from explicit and dangerous sexual content in public schools by empowering parents to get 'em out!
We're assisting parents in making informed decisions about their children's education with our grassroots initiatives that bring awareness to parents about the ever-changing education landscape and provide them with alternative options to traditional schooling.
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Protect YOur Kids, Take Them Out of Public Schools.
Empowering Parents to get 'Em Out!
Teach Responsibility, Not Promiscuity.
If HB5188 is passed, it will require schools in Illinois to teach material that many parents believe goes against their moral values or is inappropriate for their children, and schools will no longer have the option to opt out. The sponsors of the bill have misrepresented that the information provided would be suitable for all age- and developmentally-appropriate, medically accurate, complete, and culturally inclusive consent education in K-12 grades.
Protecting Our Children. Restoring Their Innocence.
In order to foster a healthier culture, it is important for children to be taught by educators who can respect and appreciate each person's moral dignity and biological makeup. The state of Illinois has passed a law making it mandatory to teach students K-12 about issues associated with “transgenderism” - This can have an extremely detrimental impact when preached as morally acceptable regarding homosexuality and "trans"-cultism.
Taking a Stand Against Inappropriate Sexual Education
The proponents of the said standards are firm believers that every individual has a right to experience satisfying sexual pleasure at any point in their life. Furthermore, children should have access to such pleasure with anyone they choose and purity should not be seen as a virtue. Additionally, children should be encouraged to explore their own sexuality, as well as same- and opposite-sex relationships. The standards teach that of sexual consent is given freely by all parties involved, yet children are not legally capable of giving their consent.
Our events aim to educate parents about the dismal literacy and math rate among Black children in CPS. We also discuss how explicit sexual content is increasingly becoming a part of public education and alternatives to traditional government schools, such as homeschooling and one-room schoolhouses, private schools, scholarship opportunities, and more.