state’s rights supersedes parent’s rights

or at least that is the case as ruled by the Maryland State Board of Education in their latest ruling….

the board ruled in favor of a sex-education curriculum adopted last month for use in Montgomery middle and high schools…

in their ruling, the board stated the following: "that right [parent's right to control the upbringing of a child] is NOT absolute. It must bend to the State's duty to educate its citizens."…

so, even though the School Board is funded with taxpayer's money, the taxpayer has no say on what should be taught in a school funded with that provided money..

read the Washington Post article…