A few weeks after agreeing not to ask Alaska teens controversial questions about their gender identity and sexual orientation, some of Alaska’s leading health officials and state partners are now brainstorming ways to uncover this information without
Alaska’s education system has failed our children. Nationally, Alaska is 47th in education and our fourth graders are dead last. How can this be when Alaska spends more per-pupil on education than most other states in the nation? That’s abject failure.
The State of Alaska is seeking input into which questions should be asked during the biennial Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), which typically gathers information about the sexual practices, drug use home life and general health and wellbeing of high
The Fairbanks School Board is scheduled to vote on a resolution that encourages educators to promote and celebrate LGBTQ sexuality among all grade levels throughout the month of October. Set for a vote at the Sept. 6 school board meeting, the proposal
A year after cancelling its biennial survey in which the State of Alaska gathers detailed information about the sexual practices, drug use, home life and general health of high school teens, the Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) is back. This year the
Editor’s note: The following article details the ongoing two-year bureaucratic saga that an Anchorage family has faced in unsuccessfully imploring the Anchorage School District to stop reading a book about transgenderism to elementary age students. It’s
As State Farm Insurance learned recently, partnering with groups and leading the charge to get books on sexually perverse, gender-bending ideology into the hands of elementary school aged children will backfire when concerned parents step up. Partnering
In a 5-2 vote the Ketchikan City Council rejected a proposal to cancel a June 17 “Drag Queen Story Hour” geared for young children at the local public library. A motion to nix the controversial event was put forward by Councilman Riley Gass for the June
HeartReach, an established and expanding pro-life pregnancy center in Wasilla, will hold its annual 5K for Life on June 18. While the family-friendly event is free, it is also one of three primary fundraisers conducted each year. Donations made during
Homer teens are being actively recruited and trained by radical LGBTQ, pro-abortion and critical race theory activists to provide so-called “peer education” to their fellow students enrolled in the Kenai Peninsula School District. The trainings are
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