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Save Our Sports: Protect Single-Sex Athletic Opportunities

The Biden administration’s Department of Education has introduced a new rule requiring schools to allow biological males who identify as women to compete in women’s sports. 

This rule flips Title IX on its head, making it discriminatory for schools to exclude males from women’s teams unless they have developed detailed sport-specific eligibility rules that demonstrate the unfairness of male participation in that particular sport while “minimizing “harm” to trans-identified athletes. 

But what about the harm to female athletes? It is well known that males who have experienced puberty have  significant, lasting athletic advantages over females in almost every sport. That’s not debatable. That’s science. And women shouldn’t have to relitigate this point with respect to specific sports at every single high school and college across the country. 

Title IX guarantees equal athletic opportunity for both sexes. But every time a biological male takes a roster spot on a women’s team or takes the field in a woman’s sport, a female athlete loses an athletic opportunity.  That’s sex discrimination, and it violates Title IX.

It’s time to TAKE BACK TITLE IX. 

We have 30 DAYS to weigh in on the Biden administration’s Title IX sports rules. Don’t let inclusion come on the backs of female athletes. 

Fill out the form to easily submit a comment to urge the Biden administration not to limit women’s athletic opportunities but to keep women’s sports female.

Tell NY Assembly Members to OPPOSE AB 709–A—No Men in Women’s Prisons

The state of New York is currently considering legislation that would require state prisons to let male offenders reside in women’s facilities REGARDLESS of biological sex. This isn’t safe for incarcerated women.

New York’s Assembly Bill 709–A would automatically place inmates in the facility that corresponds with their “self-attested gender identity.” Worse, it would forbid correctional institutions from requesting documentation of ‘gender identity’ and would allow offenders to move between opposite-sex prisons at will without taking any action to transition medically.

The risks posed by AB 709–A should be obvious. In other states, allowing intact male offenders to reside in women’s prisons has resulted in sexual assaults of female inmates and pregnancies. 

For example, in California, an “inmate with a penis” sexually assaulted a female inmate in a women’s prison. In New Jersey, two female prisoners became pregnant by a male inmate who is housed in the women’s prison. 

We cannot allow this to continue. It’s anti-woman, and it’s dangerous. Tell NY Assembly Members to protect women and OPPOSE AB 709–A.

What Are Schools Hiding from Parents?

In Fairfax County, administrators and teachers are using “advisory” period, which used to be treated as a study hall, to provide divisive SEL lessons. The region’s assistant superintendent has just informed me that parents are not permitted to opt-out their children from these lessons.

Last week, I heard about a “white privilege” video and lesson (slides below) at our middle school during advisory period. In the video, non-white students discuss the ways in which they are victims of racism. Meanwhile the white student defines white privilege and says she feels guilty for having it.

The school’s principal is making parents, like me, jump through quite a few administrative hoops to attain access to the material to which they are exposing our children. Not only is the district in violation of the state’s Executive Order One, banning divisive concepts like CRT in K-12 education, but they are also violating the federal government’s Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment.

What is your child’s school hiding from you? Are they forthcoming with curriculum materials?

Tell Congress to Support Parents Rights

*UPDATE: On Friday, March 24th, the House passed the Parents Bill of Rights in a 213-208 vote. The bill now goes to the Senate for consideration.

Parents matter! They are important in every aspect of a child’s life. Yet today, government-run schools are determined to disrupt the parent-child relationship and create barriers so that parents are left in the dark about what their children are exposed to in the classroom.

That doesn’t sit well with parents so it’s time to send these government officials a message: Parents have rights!

The Parents Bill of Rights Act (H.R. 5) was just introduced to protect parental involvement in all federally-funded K-12 schools. The bill confirms that parents should have the right to: 

  • Review their school’s curriculum, reading materials, and state academic standards.
  • Lawfully engage with their local school board and educators.
  • See a school’s budget and spending, including detailed information about revenues and expenditures.
  • Protect their child’s privacy.
  • Keep their child safe and be updated on any violent activity at school.

The bill is moving swiftly through the legislative process. Your voice matters in this conversation and legislators need to hear from parents now.  

Tell your legislators to support Parents Rights!

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Time for Idaho Students to Get the Full Range of Options They Need

Idaho parents, help is finally on the way in the form of an education policy that will actually empower parents and make it easier to hold public schools accountable.  

The Idaho Senate bill 1161 will expand the Empowering Parents Grant Program for K-12 students in Idaho. This bill creates “tuition grants” that can be used for academic instruction and strengthens  “microgrants” that parents can use for eligible education expenses, tutoring, transportation, textbooks, and therapies. 

Idaho’s students must be allowed to escape the residentially-assigned public schools that are not educating them. The proposal provides approximately $6,000 for “tuition grants” for academic instruction and $1,000 for “microgrants” for eligible education expenses each year for each child. Lower-income families will receive priority for the grant distribution. Public school and rising kindergarten students who are not already enrolled in a private school or homeschool would be eligible to leave the public school system and access tuition grants.

More than three-quarters (74%) of Idaho parents support empowering parents to directly access and direct a portion of their child’s K-12 funding.  It’s no wonder so many parents want this for their child. When we empower families with educational options, we best serve the unique talents, strengths, and interests of children. When students thrive in the educational system that best fits them, they go on to do amazing things. 

Over thirty states have similar programs in place and state legislatures around the nation are actively considering numerous education freedom bills. It’s time for Idaho families to expand education freedom as well.

Winston Churchill once said, “You can always count on Americans to do the right thing—after they’ve tried everything else.” Rather than argue that Idaho already has sufficient choice, while promoting conventional policies, Idaho leaders should realize how much more opportunity can come to the state and acknowledge that ESAs have a role to play, too. It’s high time Idaho students get the full range of options they need.

Tell your Idaho state legislators to support tuition grants and SB 1161.

Your voice matters in this conversation and legislators need to hear from parents now.  


Here are even more resources to bring education freedom to parents in Idaho.