Public school districts, mostly across the Northeast and Midwest, closed this week as the omicron variant of coronavirus surges following the winter break and the country’s students face a mental health crisis.
Laura Zorc sat down to discuss Parental Rights in Education and the problems plaguing America’s public education with Virginia Allen of the Daily Signal.
Youngkin’s victory, on a platform featuring a vow to empower parents in public education, proved to be the culminating achievement of a parental rights movement that was visible in Virginia but also swept across the nation to Texas, Minnesota, Colorado, and everywhere in between.
Inflation is soaring, Joe Biden’s approval ratings are down, and the White House’s economic agenda is stalled. Against that backdrop, vulnerable House Democrats across the country are steeling themselves for tough reelection battles in 2022.
General Merrick Garland and the Justice Department that the fight for education is only just beginning.
The Biden administration is dealing with the fallout from a four-alarm dumpster fire that they ignited when the Justice Department responded to a letter calling for federal law enforcement to be unleashed on parents who show up at school board meetings to protest against leftist indoctrination of their children.
The NSBA letter ‘has thrown gasoline on this parent-led movement fire,’ parent activist says
On October 4, Attorney General Merrick Garland directed the FBI to mobilize against parents who oppose the teaching of critical race theory (CRT) in schools. This came shortly after the National School Boards Association (NBSA) sent a letter to President Biden, which slandered parents expressing their concerns about leftist indoctrination as “domestic terrorists.”