Sam Sorbo, Spokesperson for the film “Truth & Lies in American Education,” the latest project led by United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE, uspie.org). She is also the author of "They're Your Kids," actress, filmmaker, and homeschooling advocate.
o Mission: United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE)is a nonprofit, nationwide coalition that seeks to return education to its proper local roots and restore parental authority over their children's education by helping parents and local communities to escape federal and other national influences.
§ Grassroots leaders from around the country will work to 1) expose the lies being taught in government schools that harm children and threaten freedom, 2) encourage parents to take back responsibility to educate their children, 3) initiate and support efforts to return complete local control of government schools, and 4) encourage states to wean themselves off the federal education dole.
o Vision: To create a culture where parents, empowered with the authority to choose what and how their children learn, are the undisputed primary educators of their children; where local schools operate in support of families, and where education is unencumbered by federal mandates.
“Truth & Lies in American Education”; USPIE’s Growing National Presence:
· United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) is dedicated to returning the authority for children’s education to their parents and guardians by helping communities to escape federal and other national influences.
· USPIE believes parents have the right and responsibility to raise their own children, and that parents have the right to decide how their children should be taught and what they should learn.
· To help inform the public of what’s really happening in education, USPIE’slatest project—a feature film titled “Truth & Lies in American Education” (truthandliesfilm.us)—analyzes the breakdown in the American education system and provides viewers with the startling truths that the government doesn’t want them to see.