A battle for parental rights in Iowa
The Iowa Legislature considers several bills this session that can make a positive impact for parental rights in education.
Should parents have the right to choose the educational path for their students and receive the funding to help make that choice?
Should parents be able to see what their students will be taught before it is taught?
Should parents have confidence their kindergarten-third grade students won't receive classroom instruction about sexual orientation and gender identity?
Should parents be notified if their student(s) tell the school district they want to be identified as a gender that doesn't correspond to their biological sex?
Four bills in the Iowa Legislature address these questions, and I want to go through each one.
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