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 work to bring into the light of day the divisive teachings of Critical Race Theory and Comprehensive Sexuality Education in our schools.
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 You Host a Home Meeting?
You can help remove Critical Race Theory and Comprehensive Sexuality Education from all public schools in Santa Clara County by hosting a 45 minute meeting today! We will provide you with the materials and hosts receive a thank you gift!
IPSV is fighting for our children's future! (90 second trailer)
Can you help today?
We are a grassroots, non-profit created by concerned parents, grandparents, and community leaders. We need your help. Will you support our efforts today with a tax deductible contribution?
"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."