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Biden's Ministry of Education has sued a new parent council claiming that the group is a "cabal" of leftist activists.

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The Parent Rights Group is suing the Biden administration over the creation of a new parent council by the Ministry of Education. The group claims that this is politically biased and violates federal law.

Fight for Schools, Educational Parents, and the United States First Legal filed a joint federal lawsuit against the Ministry of Education, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, and the Ministry's National Parents and Families Engagement Council on Wednesday. .. Created last month by means of, the ministry announced on June 14 to find "constructive ways to help families get involved at the local level."

The council said, "Education of children in the decision of the school board surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, according to the Ministry of Education, which was established to promote strong and effective relationships. After more than two years of protests from parents demanding stronger control of the school, between schools and parents, families and caregivers. " 

U.S. President Joe Biden and U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona deliver remarks during an event for the 2022 National and State Teachers of the Year in the East Room of the White House on April 27, 2022 in Washington, DC.

US President Joe Biden and US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona speaks at the 2022 National and State Teachers of the Year event in the White House's East Room on April 27, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Anna Moneymaker / Getty Images)

The group suing the Biden administration has a newly established council Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA). It states that it violates several regulations of) Balance and transparency are required.

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FACA was "expressed by the Federal Advisory Board. He is a fairly well-balanced member in terms of perspective and function. " It will be carried out by the advisory board. " The

group is in proceedings, claiming that members of the council are allies of the Biden administration and that nearly 80% of its leaders donated to Biden or other Democrats. 

"Defendant Cardona chose an unbalanced, agreeable member," the proceedings said. The

group has 11 leaders out of 14 organizations elected by the Commission, including President Biden, Democratic legislators, Democratic fundraiser, or other Democratic-related organizations. Claims to have donated to an organization. 'The top executives donated to Republicans or right-wing organizations.  

President Joe Biden speaks during a Fourth of July celebration for military families on the South Lawn of the White House, Monday, July 4, 2022, in Washington.

President Joe Biden 2022 July 4th celebration for military families at the White House South Lawn in Washington on Monday, July 4th. (AP Photo / Evan Vucci)

The council-elected organizations include AlSharpton's National Action Network and several Mocha. Contains the parent Black Lives Matter group. Moms Inc., United Parent Leaders Action Network (UPLAN), and Unidos US.

"In order to strike a fair balance between student needs perspectives and competent deliberations, there must be fairly equal representatives from both sides of the political spectrum," the proceedings said. ing. "This is not the case here because the council is already made up of groups that support this administration."

The council says "Records, It also violates FACA provisions requiring reports, records, minutes, appendices, working papers, drafts, research, proceedings, or other documents. " It shall be made available to the Advisory Board, prepared for it, or made available to the Advisory Board for "public inspection". The

group points out two press releases by Cardona on the council.On the same day, " The Council found out how children are recovering, various ways schools provide academic, mental health, social and emotional support, and Meet to discuss how families can be most constructively involved with the school. ”

US Secretary of Education, Miguel Cardona speaks with Beverly Hills Middle School student Michah Clark-Kahler, 12, at a roundtable discussion in Upper Darby, PA, on Tuesday April 6, 2021.

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona speaks with Beverly Hills Junior high school student Michah Clark-Kahler, 12 at a roundtable meeting in Upper Derby, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. age.(Pete Bannan / MediaNews Group / Daily Times)

The council said that these meetings were generally held without public notice. By clearly meeting "without disclosure and without timely notification to the Federal Register," he states that he violates FACA's non-discretionary transparency and public access requirements. "

" Plaintiffs only knew that the council had met after the DOE showed that the meeting had taken place in a second press release, "the proceedings said. .. , DOE's misunderstanding indicates a flaw in defendants' disclosure of information to the public in violation of FACA. Investigate the operation of the council. The

group has called on the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia to declare that the council is in breach of FACA and permanently ban the council from conducting public affairs. .. It also permanently prohibits the Court, the Cardona Board of Education and the Council from "submitting, accepting, publishing, adopting, or trusting reports or recommendations made by the Council for public purposes." Request. {10 1}

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Education The council's apparent imbalance is part of the pattern under Biden's administration, said pro-President Nicole Nary in a statement to Fox News Digital.

"The creation of this rubber stamp council was whitened by the Biden administration desperately , finally pretending to ignore American parents . It shows that we are trying. Listen to family concerns. " "Sadly, they just showed that really wanted to hear the opinion of their party alliance to only , and the average parental ideology. Not many . It became the pattern and practice of this ideologically motivated group of activists. "

Fight for School Ian Prayer, Managing Director, said last year. Following the dispute over the treatment of parents of public schools by the Byden administration, the council said it was nothing more than a "publicity swordsman."

"For the past year, the Byden administration has spoken at a school board meeting and armed the federal government against parents who had the right to be involved in the education of their children peacefully and passionately. "I did," Praia said. "This new" parent council "is just a mirage of public relations. Behind it is the same cabal of activists who created the very problem that parents are trying to solve at the local level. We are not fooled and neither does. Parents who wake up every day and are ready to fight for their children.

Biden's Justice Department has released a memoinstructing the FBI and US law firms to investigate the "threat of violence" to combat school violence. Later, in October of last year, I faced a large-scale backlash. It is called the "disturbing tendency" of harassment of school officials.

Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at a news conference to announce actions to enhance the Biden administration's environmental justice efforts, Thursday, May 5, 2022, at the Department of Justice in Washington.

Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at a press conference , Announced Thursday, May 5, 2022, at the Attorney General in Washington, to strengthen the Biden administration's efforts for environmental justice. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky)

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{143 This memo is based on a letter from theNational School Boards Association (NSBA)to address hostilities against the school board as a possible act of "domestic terrorism." He called for federal action and suggested the use of the Patriot Act against parents.

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