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HB 358: Protecting Student Privacy Rights in Utah

Student privacy rights are improving in Utah!  Utah HB 358 passed and was funded this legislative session.

This is very happy news for many who have been extremely concerned about the lack of proper privacy protections in our state and country.   442 more words

How The Common Core Initiative Hurts Kids, Teachers, And Taxpayers

Parents' Rights

“Parents have become so convinced that educators know what is best for their children that they forget that they themselves are really the experts.” — Marian Wright Edelman… 420 more words

My story "16 Days" - Part 3

This is part three of four of My Story. I am writing this blog to start getting my voice out as I work to become an advocate for children’s and parents rights when it comes to our family courts, custody laws and restraining order laws. 1,615 more words

My Story "The Knock" - Part 2

This is the second half of my ongoing story that has led me to start advocating for parents rights and reform in our country’s Family Court system. 1,559 more words

My story "Holiday Season" - Part One

The family law system in this country is broken. Parents rights are being ignored every single day across this country, mostly father’s but their are mothers who are also being victimized by the court system. 1,205 more words

How To Stand Up: UT Citizens Have Means to Influence Ed Policy



Joan Landes of Utah has launched ActionforToday.Wordpress.Com, a site where you can spend five minutes or five dollars to make a difference.  314 more words

How The Common Core Initiative Hurts Kids, Teachers, And Taxpayers

Parenting is Risky Business

[Yesterday, I was invited to testify before the Maryland House Judiciary Committee on a bill related to Child Protective Services. The sponsor pulled the bill from consideration while I was en route – this post is adapted from the comments I prepared for that hearing]. 777 more words