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Education Power for Parents: A State Legislation Tracker

Parents of schoolchildren around the U.S. are demanding accountability and transparency from their local school systems, rejecting the racial discrimination of critical race theory (CRT), and looking for a Parents’ Bill of Rights. Check out the map below to see how legislation is progressing across the U.S. and select your state in the menu underneath to see details of state-level legislation.

Where does your state rank in education freedom? See the rankings on our “Education Freedom Report Card.”

Number of states by status

Select a state for more information
Rejecting CRT’s Discrimination
Parents’ Bill of Rights
Academic Transparency
Given Name Act

Empowering K-12 Students and Families: A State-by-State Comparison

Currently, states have at least two laws or executive orders that reject the bias inherent in critical race theory, provide more academic transparency, empower parents with a parent bill of rights, and/or protect children from radical gender ideology.

Bill of Rights
Name Act

Note: This page was first published on January 30, 2023.

Design and Development: Graphic produced by John W. Fleming and Jay Simon. Data compiled by Jonathan Butcher and Madison Marino.