Tag: public education

We Don’t Need Teachers Telling Students About Their Personal Lives — Tony Katz Today

The Parental Rights Law in Florida protects young children from learning adult topics, such as sexual orientation and gender identity, in school without the parent’s consent. Unfortunately the White House does not believe that parental rights matter. A Florida teacher is very upset about the legislation because he wants to be able to talk “about his home life” to his students.

Why would an adult want to tell a child about their personal sex life? Why would a teacher want to teach a second grader about gender identity? Also, why do you think the White House so focused on Ron DeSantis?

With Russian Aggression Growing, Did Biden Learn Anything From Kabul? — Tony Katz Today Podcast

Andrew Lawton joins us to discuss the Freedom Convoy protest and the violent response from Ottawa police and Canadian Mounties.

Major Mike Lyons joins us to discuss Vice President Kamala Harris at the Munich conference and Russian aggression towards Ukraine.

Corey DeAngelis of American Federation for Children and author of “School Choice Myths: Setting The Record Straight on Education Freedom” joins us to discuss school choice, what it means to have funds follow the student instead of the system, and the disaster of mask mandates in schools.

What has the Biden Administration learned from the disastrous Afghanistan exit? Apparently nothing.

In the U.K. Boris Johnson has announced the removal of all COVID restrictions.

AOC went stumping for some commies in Texas and it was pretty embarrassing for her on multiple levels.

Constitutional Carry in Indiana is not off the table. We speak with Guy Relford about the latest on the legislation.

“School Choice Myths: Setting The Record Straight on Education Freedom” — An Interview With Corey DeAngelis

Corey DeAngelis of American Federation for Children and author of “School Choice Myths: Setting The Record Straight on Education Freedom” joins us to discuss school choice, what it means to have funds follow the student instead of the system, the difference between union bosses and teachers on the ground.

In 2021 19 states have enacted or expanded programs to fund students as opposed to systems. What can you do in your state to get in on the School Choice movement?

Get more at https://www.federationforchildren.org/