Informed Parents of Silicon Valley
A nonprofit 501(c)(3)
Informed Parents of Silicon Valley is a grassroots, nonprofit organization created by community leaders in Silicon Valley. Team members include parents, grandparents, former elected officials, teachers, business and neighborhood leaders. We are focused on a family values based, child centered curriculum.
The three R’s seem to be ignored in Santa Clara County schools. Only 68.7% of students tested at Met or Exceed Standard on the State English/Language Arts test and just 61.1% tested at Met or Exceed Standard in Math. That’s a “D” in ELA and almost an “F” in Math! How are we preparing our children to face life in the 21st century?
We humbly and respectfully speak truth to power. We seek measures that protect our children and grandchildren. We stand unwaveringly for Parent's Rights & Parental Control. Parents are responsible for the physical, financial, educational, social, and spiritual well-being of their children.
For Our Children
Our children are the victims of a widespread campaign to fundamentally change our society and reset the moral values that have guided our country since its founding.
Parents are increasingly becoming alarmed and angry at what their children are taught…or not taught...in our public schools.
Informed Parents of Silicon Valley is a powerful voice for parental rights in the choice of school curriculum taught to our children and grandchildren.
Will your family reclaim their role in their Child's life?
You are the parents. You have not only the right but the responsibility to parent your child. When your child has a 103 degree temperature in the middle of the night, you, not some government bureaucrat or teacher is there to provide care and love.
CRT teaches equality of outcome—the mantra of a socialist society; not equal opportunity, the foundation of democracy and capitalism. CRT teaches that white skinned people are the oppressors and dark skinned people are the oppressed.
CSE teaches gender blending as young as six or seven to practical exercises at nine to eleven on how to put a condom on a banana. Sex education is a parent’s responsibility.
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."