In a move to place pressure on the Abington Township Board of Commissioners to pass a so-called anti-discrimination ordinance which includes sexual orientation and gender identity, last night the Abington School District approved a policy change adding that same terminology to their “Non-discrimination – Professional and Non-Professional Employees” policy. In an e-mailed statement, the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a student advocacy group, expressed concern that the district’s move may place employees as well as students in danger.
Today the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide educational group advocating for the rights of parents and the protection of children, faxed the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) with one simple question: “Do you agree with the National Education Association?”
1.) Is GLSEN’s No Name Calling Week in Your Child’s School this week? 2.) Obamacare repeal in the Senate
Pressure mounts to repeal the 1993 law banning homosexuals in the military. A draft report by the president’s National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform calls for the elimination of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools.
Ground Zero Mosque would be located right on Wall Street — what better way to influence our country in Sharia finance? Parental Rights Amendment making great strides.
On May 21st the Texas State Board of Education approved massive changes to that state’s history and social studies curriculum. The changes are viewed as radical to those on the left. But, you decide. The Texas textbook changes include: requiring high school government students to compare and contrast the actual language of the First Amendment […]
Since the Commonwealth’s founding in 1682, Pennsylvania’s capitals have been located in the cities of Philadelphia, Lancaster and Harrisburg. William Penn chose Philadelphia as the capital of his colony because of its prime shipping location on the Delaware River. The city was the center of politics, wealth and trade in the 1700s. For its first […]