Last week, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) voted to adopt the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)’s new Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Framework. We’ve been alerting MA families to the dangers in this Framework since June,
From transgender ideology indoctrination in public schools to highly sexualized content in school curricula, libraries, music, and social media, the hearts, minds, and bodies of children in Massachusetts are under attack. That’s why the theme of our 32 Annual Fundraising
This week, the Board of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) voted unanimously to approve the finalized version of the radical new Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Framework. We suspected they would approve the Framework eventually. But
As the school year begins, parents across the Commonwealth are concerned about the sexual indoctrination pervading their local school districts. Student clubs like the Gender and Sexuality Alliance set aside a day or week, in almost every month of the
This summer, Governor Healey proposed a new Comprehensive Health and Physical Education Curriculum Framework for MA public schools. Since that announcement, we have been sounding the alarm about the extreme content in this document and encouraging MA residents to tell DESE to reject the Framework.
MA schools are sexualizing kids, and they will ramp up their efforts if the new sex ed teaching standards proposed by the MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) are adopted. DESE, supported by Governor Healey’s administration, has published
At this point, it cannot be denied that Massachusetts schools are actively indoctrinating students in progressive gender ideology, and the state is medicalizing them with experimental treatments. An MFI public records request recently revealed that since 2012, Massachusetts has spent
At the end of last week, MFI received a call from a mom in Middleborough who told us that her stepson had been censored by his public middle school for wearing a t-shirt that featured “hate speech.” So, what did