What happens when education policies are based on students keeping secrets from their parents? Nicole Theis, Founder and President of Delaware Family Policy Council, explains why all citizens need to be aware of a proposed education regulation in Delaware that could have national implications.

Capitol Connection

Episode 44: Don’t Tell Your Parents: Proposed Regulation Lets Students Decide Race & Gender Without Parents’ Knowledge


A proposed education regulation in the state of Delaware is drawing national attention after parents across the state began to voice concerns. The regulation would allow students to self-identify their race and gender without parental consent, or even knowledge. If adopted, this would set a troubling precedent for school districts across the nation.

Related: Proposed Delaware Regulation to Allow Students to Self-Identify Race or Gender

Nicole Theis, President and Founder of Delaware Family Policy Council, is working to inform parents and citizens about this proposal, explain how we got here, and offer ideas on what to do next.

To learn more about this proposed regulation, visit https://www.delawarefamilies.org/.

Nate Grasz

Nate Grasz

Policy Director at Nebraska Family Alliance
Nate is the Policy Director of Nebraska Family Alliance and host of Capitol Connection, a weekly radio show on 94.5 The Answer and available on iTunes.
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