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Albuquerque Journal: New Mexico Parents Want Gender Ideology Out of School Curriculum

Co-authored by Judy Pino and Patrick M. Brenner. Originally published at abqjournal.com on February 18, 2024. Radical gender ideology is running rampant through New Mexico’s public schools. State-funded after-school clubs that encourage children to explore LGBTQ+ identities without their parents’ knowledge are appearing in school districts more frequently. Children are being harmed by the dogged pursuit […]

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Breitbart Covers SPPI and IWF Survey Project

In an exciting development for advocates of parental rights and educational transparency, the Southwest Public Policy Institute (SPPI) and the Independent Women’s Forum (IWF) have made national headlines with our recent survey project. Breitbart News, a leading source for conservative news and opinion, has featured our groundbreaking survey, spotlighting the concerns of New Mexico parents […]

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Survey: Evaluating Parental Insights on Controversial Curriculum

The survey highlighted significant parental skepticism towards the inclusion of transgender topics in New Mexico’s public school curriculum.

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New Mexico Parents Are Dissatisfied, Want Choices

Parents in New Mexico’s largest school districts express dissatisfaction with the quality of public education.

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Dr. Vicki Alger Joins SPPI Board of Directors in Arizona

Vicki E. Alger, Ph.D., a distinguished education policy expert with over 20 years of experience, has been appointed to the Institute’s Board of Directors.

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School Choice and Education Freedom: A Case for Change

Senator William Soules tables Senator Craig Brandt’s Education Freedom Act, a bill aimed at giving parents the freedom to choose the best K-12 education for their children.

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Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham Announces Official School Choice Week Declaration

New Mexico’s Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham officially declared January 22-28, 2023 as School Choice Week!

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Senator Craig Brandt Introduced a Bill to Fund Students Not Systems

Senator Craig Brandt recently introduced a bill to fund students in New Mexico, which would create comprehensive school choice reform.

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Event: The Future of Education in New Mexico

Senator Craig Brandt and Corey DeAngelis, PhD join the Southwest Public Policy Institute to discuss the future of education in New Mexico.

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The Future of School Choice in New Mexico

School Choice will remain an important focus in 2023. Informing parents about the concept is a critical first step.

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