Beth and Andrew speak with parent activist Alexandra Frank, who shares her own story about what led her to become an “accidental activist,” having experienced the ideological capture of her twin daughters’ private school in Pennsylvania and then experiencing the same thing at their new public school in Massachusetts.

She talks about the inappropriate sexual material being taught to elementary school aged children, about segregating affinity groups, and the influence of radical gender ideology. Frank also discusses how schools’ focus on leftist ideology has led to the deterioration of traditional academics.

Alexandra Frank grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado, graduated from Colgate University with a major in biochemistry and North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine with her veterinary degree after which she completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She has worked in various roles as a clinician in the veterinary medical field in Delaware, Pennsylvania and currently, Massachusetts. She is mother to 11 year old fraternal twin girls and is the creator of the website about the Dover Sherborn school district in Massachusetts.

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