Restoring Faith in Public Schools Could Raise Test Scores

As most parents are aware test scores are still lower than they were prior to 2020. Despite PA schools returning to in-person education in the fall of 2020 test scores have dropped year over year for the past 2-3 years. While masking, social distancing, online learning, and aggressive quarantine measures may be obvious contributing factors […]

UMSD Policy Directs Teachers to Conceal Gender Identity

On January 17th, 2023 the Upper Moreland School District proposed a policy for first reading which states, “All persons, including students, have a right to privacy. This includes keeping a student’s actual or perceived gender identity and expression private,” the policy reads. “Therefore, school personnel should not disclose information about a TGD [transgender and gender […]

Vaping Trend Presents Deadly Risks

Schools throughout Pennsylvania are seeing a rise in vaping amongst students. Recently at a Warwick school board meeting the Principal noted the increase in students caught vaping in bathrooms. While this might just sound like “Smoking in the Boy’s Room”, today’s vape pens can be far more dangerous than anything seen in the 80s or […]

Warwick SD Exposed by RTK Requests

Warwick School District board members recently discussed the legal costs the incurred due to RTK requests following a public comment made by a parent made at a prior meeting. The board asked for Nate Wertsch, Warwick chief financial officer, to provide specifics and although he indicated, “we can’t provide detailed information”, he did go on […]

Masking, Here We Go Again

Clearly the numerous studies highlighting the insignificance of masking to reduce the spread of a coronavirus have done little to dissuade bureaucrats from this harmful nonsense. Meanwhile the evidence is overwhelming that anxiety and depression are on the rise while test scores drop. However there are schools that are again insisting on this foolishness. […]

CV Will Discuss Sports & Gender Policy

At meeting on November 21, 2022 the Conestoga Valley School board engaged in a rather lengthy, and at times humorous, discussion regarding policy 123. The discussion began by discussing whether to discuss the policy and quickly evolved into board members offering comments on their thoughts about potential changes. The discussion itself was initiated following a […]

Nevada Mother Sues Over Obscene Material

Nevada Mother Reads Obscene Material at School Board Meeting

Candra Evans made national news in May of 2022 when she read an obscene monologue at a Clark County School District school board meeting. Before reading she informs the board that the material is graphic and even attempts to ask another person to step in to read it for her which the board would not […]

Ohio Mother Alledges 8th Grade Daughter Was Strip Searched

After discovering a vape pen in the locker of a girl at Eastlake Middle School an 8th grade girl was made to undress down to her underwear in front of the school’s nurse. The girl claims that someone else placed the vape pen in her locker yet the question remains about whether schools have the […]

PA Senate Passes Bill to Reduce RTK “Burden”

In an effort to reduce RTK requests that the PA Senate believes are "burdensome" the PA Senate has passed Senate Bill 552 The PA Senate claims this will "help municipalities, school boards and other agencies" by potentially classifying RTK requesters at "vexatious". If a requester is deemed to be vexatious then the agency would […]