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They can’t make you teach that…

I received an email this week from a parent who is trying to opt their young teenager out of Sex Ed in their local public school. Under current Massachusetts law, parents have a clear right to do this, and schools may not

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They can’t make you say it

Dear Friend of the Family, After a sweltering end to the summer, it finally seems like fall is here.  For many of us, that means back to school.  One of the new challenges several parents have shared with me is

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MFI and the New Battle of Bunker Hill

News Release from Alliance Defending Freedom: BEDFORD, Mass. – Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) sent a letter Tuesday to Bunker Hill Community College over its speech and student organization policies after it ordered students with the campus Young Americans

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MFI presents…

I am excited to introduce a brand new resource for churches and small groups to learn how to impact our local culture.  MFI has developed a biblically-based curriculum that educates and informs people of faith about the specific challenges to

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One Nation, Under God

On the morning of September 4th, MFI’s Exec VP and General Counsel Andrew Beckwith attended oral arguments at the John Adams Courthouse in Boston on a case that could eliminate the Pledge of Allegiance from our public schools.  The American

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Ed Commissioner doubles down on transgender bathroom policy.

Massachusetts Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester is refusing to amend a highly controversial new policy which threatens the privacy and safety of school children.     Two  weeks ago, the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) quietly

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MA Transgender Agenda Makes National News

MFI broke a national news story Friday afternoon, February 15th, with our raising the alarm about the Massachusetts Commissioner of Education’s new transgender bathroom policy. The document states that school bath rooms, locker rooms, and athletic teams must now be open

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