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Restore Responsible Education in Our Public Schools.

Stop child indoctrination.
Support real inclusion.
Stand up for parental rights.

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We are a Massachusetts-based non-profit 501(c)(4) organization dedicated to initiatives that help restore healthy policies and unbiased education in our public schools. Through live and virtual environments, we provide information and support for families to stand up for parental rights throughout the school district. We also give a voice to students, parents, teachers, and school administrators who are afraid to speak out! 

Our current responsible education initiatives include:

  • Student exemption policy for gender content

  • Parental consent policy for gender transitioning 

  • Education transparency resolution for K-12 curriculum

“I watch and listen to what is happening in Natick and I figured everyone was just not going to do anything and I felt awful for the children and families that fear speaking up. I was thrilled to hear there are families organizing and doing something to protect their children and all children...The children are lucky there’s people organizing to stand up for them.“


Natick resident email to Parental Rights Natick, 
September 25, 2023

“I’m a teacher in Natick and sending this anonymously for obvious reasons. I just want to say thank you for fighting for the children of our community. Gender ideology and CRT are creeping into every aspect of Natick Public Schools…Not only are they indoctrinating kids, but they are forcing us as teachers to sit through sessions on gender ideology and CRT as well…There are many teachers in Natick who have had enough but fear speaking out due to retaliation.”


Anonymous NPS teacher email to Parental Rights Natick, 
November 11, 2022

“[child] gave a lot of pushback about going to school today because of a nightmare she had last night. She told me in her dream her teacher cut off all of her hair, put a wig on her, and made her be a boy. She told me she didn't want to go to school because that will happen. I stand very firm in thinking 7 years old is far too young for this topic.”

2nd grade parent email to NPS principal about Call Me Max
September 19, 2022

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