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Parental rights are the basic sets of rights as defined not only by law, but also culture, society and religion, a parent retains over his children and family, over the choices he makes regarding his children, and over the choices the children make. It is paired with parental responsibility which are the legal obligations a parent must abide by, according to law, culture, society and religion.

From a conservative perspective, parental rights focus on those rights of parents to control the education, upbringing, morality, and discipline of their children which conservatives see being stripped by an insidious combination of the politically correct liberal indoctrination and propaganda by:

The issue of parental rights arises most often when public schools indoctrinate students with ideas against the wishes of parents, as in the case of:

Parents, as taxpayers paying for the education, would seemingly have the right to object to offensive indoctrination. But increasingly public schools and courts insist that parents have little or no rights over what public schools teach their children.

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