Respectful Resolve: 12 Points for Parents to Consider

Are you ever upset about what your children are exposed to in their public school? Do you have a desire to correct the wrongdoings? Fighting for justice can be hard in a world that constantly condemns others for being “judgmental” or “too strict.” More often than ever, schoolchildren are being exposed to pornographic and sexually violent images in the name of “sex education.” Lori Porter, Director of Parents’ Rights in Education, has compiled 12 bullet points on how to create change in a respectful way. Her mission is to protect and advocate for parents’ rights to guide the education of their children. How to Create Change in a Respectful way: Look at school district policy and find out what it says about providing a “safe learning environment” for students, supporting parent/child relationship, and student/teacher having inappropriate material/porn via phone, computer, etc. Make copies of these (for when speaking to admin, super, school board, etc.). Tell/show this to as many parents and guardians as possible in the school district! Go to superintendent (never alone). Have these pictures in hand. Videotape (preferably) or audio tape your meeting. (*Superintendent wants to keep his/her job; does not want scandal; does not want to taint his/her reputation…for any future job they may pursue). Expect them to justify how this “artwork” is appropriate for minors to be exposed to. If your concerns are dismissed, get as much publicity on this as possible – put pressure and the spotlight on the district. Any and every parent possible, should go into building and begin taking pictures of this evidence. They should go see administrator (never go alone)...