“Parents' rights were not violated when a Southern California elementary school conducted a psychological survey of their children and asked them about sexual feelings and masturbation, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday…. [T]he court said parents, while entitled to make basic decisions about a child's upbringing, have no constitutional right to control what they are taught at school or what questions they are asked.” (San Francisco Chronicle, Thursday)
If you grant their premise, you lose.
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“Parent Power: Can It Help Public Education?” by Melvin D. Barger