A conservative parental rights groups in Anchorage is hosting an event entitled “Rethinking Sex Education.” The Feb. 26 event is being sponsored by Alaska Parents’ Rights in Education along with the pro-life Community Pregnancy Center based in
There is a growing movement to suppress parental concerns across our nation, especially for those who advocate for their children’s educational wellbeing. Anyone who follows the national media can see this unfolding trend. Last year, the National School
An article in the Washington Post recently made this bold statement, “Parents claim they have the right to shape their kids’ school curriculum. They do not.” The October article asserts that the current movement of citizens pushing for parental rights
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson is the featured speaker at an upcoming gathering hosted by Alaska Parental Rights in Education. Part of a larger national network, the Alaska chapter is dedicated to mobilizing and equipping parents to defend their fundamental
In a few weeks, tens of thousands of teens from all across Alaska will be given time during school to fill out the Alaska Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Conducted every two years, it collects detailed information about the sexual practices, drug use and general
The Anchorage Assembly postponed action on three highly controversial resolutions dealing with placing homeless housing in business sectors, imposing burdensome shelter regulations and a proposal to that would restrict parental rights with regard to
Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson wants to change Anchorage law to make it much easier for the city prosecute parents whom government officials believe have caused or permitted a child to be physically injured. On June 8, the Anchorage Assembly will hold a
A proposed policy update by the Mat-Su School Board would make it abundantly clear that parents have ultimate authority over the education of their children in public schools. On Jan. 20, the board is scheduled to vote on a proposed update clarifying parental
It is now illegal for counselors in Anchorage to provide any service for minors that helps them deal with unwanted same-sex attraction or overcome gender identity disorders. In a 9-2 vote the Anchorage Assembly effectively banned counseling that encourages
The new executive director of Identity, an influential LGBT group in Alaska, has a radical social agenda planned for the state. “My job is to help create a world where all people are free to express and be proud of their sexual orientation and gender
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