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All Hands on Deck in Chandler Unified

One of the good things that happens when schools step out of bounds is parents and taxpayers in the community feel the need to start attending their local school board meetings to get up to speed on what is going on. This is true in Chandler. Lately their board meetings have been pretty well-attended in […]

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Update: Chandler Unified’s Lindsay Love Reads Our Posts!

We want to thank our readers, especially Chandler Unified Governing Board Member, the Honorable Lindsay Love, for pointing out the misspelling of her name in yesterday’s post. We regret the error. The main reason we started this website was due to either inaccurate reporting by most media outlets or the media’s just plain disregard about […]

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Planned Parenthood is on the Doorstep in Chandler Schools

Recently, Chandler Unified School District (CUSD) announced it would no longer teach sex ed to the districts’ fifth and sixth graders. Instead the materials would be sent home for parents to teach their children. That doesn’t seem to be controversial, but to some the news was very problematic. Some community members feel sex ed should […]

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Planned Parenthood is the #2 Provider of Transgender Hormones

The partnership between Planned Parenthood and the LGBTQ community is unique. Planned Parenthood is dependent on women becoming pregnant so they can ultimately provide abortions. It would seem the organization would want to promote healthy, fertile women to keep the clients rolling through their doors. So why has Planned Parenthood been so sympathetic to the […]

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Finally a Teacher Speaks About the LGBTQ Classroom Mandates

School administrators, Boards of Education, State Superintendents, rich organizations like Planned Parenthood and GLSEN, and state legislators talk and talk and talk, all the while diverting school resources and time away from academics. We rarely hear from the teachers, the professionals who simply want to guide their students to success but know if they contradict […]

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