Effective Education

Parents have awakened. Their right to play an active role in ensuring that their children are being educated effectively, and in accordance with traditional American values, is now more important than ever. Effective education, including acquiring English-language reading and writing skills, learning history, civics, math, science, and the arts, without “woke” indoctrination, and participating in physical education and team sports consistent with a student’s biological gender, is a critical part of our nation’s foundation and future. The right to choose a public, charter, private, or parochial school that best suits a student’s needs and a family’s values also is essential for effective education.

Atlantic Legal Foundation is dedicated to advocating for effective education through the legal system and in influential publications. This includes legal advocacy and guidance for the nation’s charter schools and their leaders. Read more about ALF’s activity on behalf of charter schools here.

Effective Education Amicus Briefs

Supreme Court Should Review Foreign-Student Guest Worker Case

Washington Alliance of Technology Workers v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, No. 22-1071 (Supreme Court) (petition stage)

May 11, 2023

ALF Amicus Brief Argues That School District’s Transgender Student Policy Violates Parental Rights

Parents Defending Education v. Linn-Mar Community School District, No. 22-2927 (8th Cir.)

November 9, 2022

ALF Advocates For School Choice In Supreme Court

Carson v. Makin, No. 20-1088 (Supreme Court) (merits stage)

September 9, 2021
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Yoga For Exercise Is Not Religious

Sedlock v. Baird, No. D064888 (Court of Appeal of the State of California Fourth Appellate District, Division One)

October 16, 2014
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Is a Government Entity’s Rule That Impedes the Flow of Essential and Accurate Information From School Officials to Parents Constitutional?

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association v. Brentwood Academy, (Supreme Court) (merits stage)

March 8, 2007
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Public School Blames Problems on Charter School

In the Matter of Grant of Renewal Application of The Red Bank Charter School, (Sup. Ct. N.J.)

April 15, 2003

Charter School Related News

Atlantic Legal Foundation has long supported the charter school movement. This support has included the publication of a series of books discussing labor relations in charter schools. Entitled Leveling the Playing Field, each book focused on certain states’ specific labor laws applicable to charters and their effect on sound teacher labor relations. Learn more about our activity below, or visit our full set of news and insights about charter schools here.

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