Why do we feel so strongly about preserving our right to homeschool our children? Every Monday check back for the latest news to bolster your resolve. An Indiana high school is being threatened with a lawsuit for subjecting a 15-year-old student to a mental health screening examination without her parents’ knowledge or consent. Unlawful mental health screenings are no joke – a mother in Illinois has had her children taken from her under the guise of mental health screening.
But parents also question the school’s ability to teach judgment to children when they approve of a principal who rips a teen boy’s shirt off following a racy dance at a middle school talent show, or who see nothing wrong with a school board president who also manages an “adult” club, to say nothing of the daily, constant homo[s-x]ual activism taking place in our country’s public schools. (I wish I could get through just one of these roundups without mentioning someone’s [s-x]uality. What again does [s-x]uality have to do with math, English, or history? We are up to four weeks and counting.)
Update: I had no idea the Congress is pushing ahead with federally mandated mental health screenings for children. When did we fall down the rabbit hole? I want out of Wonderland!