We have a long history of fighting for equitable education within an oppressive system, and it's time to stop!
Enrollment in CPS is plummeting by the thousands, and chronic absenteeism is on the rise. In addition, the pandemic has exposed and exacerbated an already-declining, disproportionately large education gap for Black students and the teaching of controversial topics (PA 102-0522) such as gender identity, sexual intercourse, masturbation, abortion, and racial divisiveness without parental consent has led to a significant increase in the number of Black families opting for alternatives to public education, with homeschooling being on the rise at 16%.
Furthermore, eighth-grade students are legally required to learn LGBT History before graduating, yet public schools still struggle to provide students with a comprehensive Black History education.
It's time to reimagine education and get them out!
Join us as we kick off another year of Education Pandemic Town Hall Meetings throughout Chicago, empowering parents with the tools and resources to protect their children's future. So share and let us know you're coming—register today!
Sunday, April 23, 2023, from 2 to 4 PM
Woodson Regional Library at 9525 S. Halsted Street
Check out other upcoming events:
Are you considering homeschooling? Join our Homeschool Café Meetings.
Are you concerned about how faith, culture, and politics influence our daily lives? Then, join the 21st Ward GOP Community Meetings.