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Education Plandemic Town Halls
Education Plandemic Town Halls

Sun, Apr 23


Woodson Regional Library

Education Plandemic Town Halls

Comprehensive Sex Education (PA 102-0522) is highly inappropriate, dangerous, and irresponsible, as it encourages children to engage in any type of sexual activity and confuses them about their biological gender. This type of material should not be disseminated in public schools.

Time & Location

Apr 23, 2023, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Woodson Regional Library , 9525 S Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60628, USA

About the event

We desire to empower parents to take the lead by taking back the responsibility for their children's education.

Education Pandemic Town Halls are being held throughout the city of Chicago to provide parents with information about the latest educational policies, such as PA 102-0522, which indoctrinates children with unhealthy and explicit sexual content, as well as the ongoing racial disparities in public schools as well as present data on the low literacy and numeracy rates that are adversely affecting children.

It is disconcerting to see the abject academic failures and the high level of moral decline within the educational system. With the quality of education declining in government schools, it is time for parents to consider other alternatives and take the necessary steps to get their kids out of government schools.

Parents currently have three viable choices here in Illinois when it comes to protecting their children. 

  1. Homeschooling: Fortunately, there are now more options than ever before, ranging from online learning platforms to extracurricular classes offered at local schools and universities. In Illinois, you don't have to report to the state once your child reaches school age. If you take them out of school, all that's needed is to provide a letter of withdrawal, and no additional reporting is necessary. 
  2. Opening community schools: It is high time for us to awaken from our slumber and revive community or localized schools which focus on modern methods such as Kitchen Table Schools, Co-ops, Pods, and Micro-schools. Booker T. Washington envisioned our children going to school to learn skills such as reading, writing, and arithmetic. These skills are essential for economic freedom, exercising citizenship, acquiring vocational and trade skills, entrepreneurship, and getting a career.
  3. Private or Christian education: The Invest in Kids Act (HB4126) provides greater educational stability and increases scholarship access, enabling you to enroll your child in a private or Christian school. Visit Empower Illinois for more information on how to take advantage of this great opportunity. 

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Team Illinois stands for hope and empowerment! It's time to break up the fallow ground by becoming a voice for change! 

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