Outraged parents clearly drive Republican win in Virginia

It doesn’t take a seasoned political analyst to see that the results from Virginia race for Governor were driven by parents, not political agendas.

The win in our neighboring state is a testament, I believe, to the need for our elected officials to be responsive to parents and recognize that it is parents, and not government schools, that play the major role in educating their children.

The issue is whether parents are still entitled to educate their children according to their values, not Critical Race Theory or any other curriculum designed to indoctrinate children. Lt. Governor Robinson is right that some schools are feeding our children pornography, and this election shows that parents have reached the tipping point.

We have worked for almost 5 years to expose and remove harmful curriculum from North Carolina classrooms that entices children to give away their innocence and exchange it for a lie. From battling invasive surveys such as CMS sex ed survey, the "Diversity Inventory," and the infamous "Stick Figure" assignment; to exposing the indoctrination efforts of social justice training via the Social Justice Standards, and Welcoming Schools curriculums; to confronting inappropriate books in our schools such as Transgender Crayons, Jacob's New Dress, and Emma Deserves a New Identity, the NC Values Coalition has been on the front lines defending the family.

If you support our work defending the rights of parents to oversee their child's education, would you consider supporting it by making a $25, $50, or $100 financial donation today?


Tami Fitzgerald
North Carolina Values Coalition


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