Alaska school districts and libraries that disseminate sexualized content, pornographic books or controversial sex-education material to minors have been officially put on notice by Attorney General Treg
After years of actively pushing controversial sexualized material into classrooms, the Fairbanks School Board seems to have noticed how costly this cultural war has become. At its June 6 meeting, the board voted to approve two health books for middle school
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
There will be a public comment hearing for the proposed parental rights bill introduced by Gov. Mike Dunleavy. On April 13, at 5:15 p.m., the public will have a chance to weigh in on House Bill 105, which would bar public schools from hiding a child’s
On rare occasion do Alaska public school educators openly air a distain for conservative parents, religious values or traditional views of morality and human sexuality. The nearly 400 pages of public testimony submitted on House Bill 105, however, provides a
A father’s quest to warn fellow parents about explicit sex books being pushed in the Anchorage School District has made national news. First reported by the Alaska Watchman, the story of Jay McDonald’s testimony at the Anchorage School Board’s Feb. 7
Ryan Middle School in Fairbanks is using public resources to encourage youth to question and explore their sexual orientation, gender identity and how to engage in various sexual acts, while directing kids with sexual questions to speak confidentially to
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 a former so-called “comprehensive” sex-education teacher, I have come to understand that there are two major hindrances for young people in the area of sexual decision making. First, youth lack an appreciation of their intrinsic
Thanks to a 2016 state law, Alaska school districts must get approval from local school boards before they can teach new sex education material to children. On Oct. 19, the Fairbanks School District asked school board members to green light curriculum
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