Colorado Parents Organize for Parental Rights and to Oppose School Mental Health Bill
Parents in Colorado have formed a statewide network in order to protect parental rights in public education. One of their first efforts is opposing a bill giving schools the ability to discuss mental health and sexuality with children... without their parent's consent. The network believes that this power should be retained by the parents or guardians of the students. This article explores the effect that current "woke" school policies have had on the mental health of the children of CPAN's co-founders.