The concerted effort to address book controversies in Mat-Su school libraries took a leap forward on Aug. 2 with the school board approving members to serve on a citizens’ library advisory committee. The board also voted to enact a new library policy
As part of an ongoing overhaul of policies intended to boost parental rights, curtail teacher activism, reign in explicit sex education and restrict the use of LGBTQ pronouns in public schools, the Mat-Su School Board is set to vote on a new library policy at
In an effort to address widespread controversy over sexually charged books in school libraries, the Mat-Su School Board is set to vote on seven people who have been nominated to serve on the newly formed Library Citizens Advisory Committee. The school board
In a 6-1 vote on June 7, the Mat-Su School Board approved a host of changes to its policies relating to parental rights, teacher activism, sex education and the use of LGBTQ pronouns in public schools. The changes strengthen parental rights and restrict the
At its June 7 meeting, the Mat-Su School Board is looking to make substantial changes its board policies in order to boost parental rights while restricting the ability of educators to use schools and classroom time to push divisive social activism,
After the Mat-Su School Board voted last week to approve a citizen library advisory committee to ensure schools do not violate state law by disseminating sexually explicit materials to minors, the district issued a June 1 update, explaining how the new
At its May 24 meeting, the Mat-Su School board introduced a handful of policy revisions and updates aimed at strengthening parental rights and curtailing controversial political activism in public schools. The proposed changes will be open for debate, public
In the wake of heated controversy surrounding a host of sexually-charge books which students have access to in Mat-Su school libraries, the Mat-Su School Board voted on May 24 to establish a new Library Citizens Advisory Committee. School Board Members Kathy
Not only does Alaska ACLU want gender-confused biological males to have access to girls’ showers, dressing rooms and sports teams, but they are also now actively organizing and training hard-left activists to oppose the Mat-Su School Districts effort to
In the wake of mounting controversy over highly sexualized and extremely graphic books available to children in Mat-Su school libraries, the district is now on the cusp of assembling a parent-heavy book review committee to determine which titles are unfit for
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