In summary, we confirm that the Meyer-Pierce right does not exceed the threshold of the school gate. The right of parents to “control their children`s education by introducing them into gender and gender issues, in accordance with their personal and religious values and beliefs,” which means the right to limit the limitation of what public schools or other public actors can tell their children about sex is not part of Meyer-Pierce`s right to control their children`s education and education. Meyer-Pierce therefore provides no basis for establishing a material procedural right that could have been violated by the defendants` authorization and management of the investigation. As with all constitutional rights, the right of parents to make decisions about custody, custody and control of their children is not without restrictions. To Prince v. Massachusetts, 321 U.S. 158, 64 S.C. 438, 88 L.Ed. 645 (1944), the court recognized that the interest of the freedom of parents for the care, custody and care of their children lives “first” with their parents, but does not reside there exclusively, nor “beyond the regulation of the state] in the public interest.” Id. at 166, 64 P.C. 438. For example, “as parens patriae,” the state may limit the interest of parents in caring for, caring for and caring for their children “by imposing schooling, regulation or prohibition of child labour and many other ways.” Id. (footnotes omitted).
See also Runyon v. McCrary, 427 U.S. 160, 177, 96 P.C. 2586, 49 L.Ed.2d 415 (1976) (affirming that there is no parental right to the education of children in separate private schools); Norwood v. Harrison, 413 U.S. 455, 461-62, 93 P.C. 2804, 37 L.Ed.2d 723 (1973) (on Pierce`s limited perimeter); Wisconsin vs. Wisconsin Yoder, 406 U.S. 205, 239, 92 P.C. 1526, 32 L.Ed.2d 15 (1972) (White, J.), noting that Pierce Law “does not support the assertion that parents can replace the educational requirements of the state with their own personal opinions about the knowledge a child needs to be a productive and happy member of society”); Pierce, 268 U.S.
at 534, 45 S.C. 571 (“No question is asked whether the state reasonably regulates all schools to control them, their teachers and students; to force all children of the right age to go to school, that teachers have a good moral character and a patriotic attitude, that certain studies essential to good citizenship must be taught, and that nothing is clearly contrary to the common good. Hooks v. Clark County Sch. Dist., 228 F.3d 1036, 1042 (9 cir.2000) (under the disengment of Meyer-Pierce`s right to appropriate regulation by the state), Refused, 532 U.S. 971, 121 S.C. 1602, 149 L.Ed.2d 468 (2001). Second, according to an exposure to the complaint, the ultimate goal of the psychological examination was to improve students` learning ability. The purpose of the exhibition shows that the purpose of the survey was to measure exposure to early injury and to help develop an intervention program to help the school district remove barriers to students` learning ability.
Even if the students interviewed “learned” something from the survey itself, or did not “learn” or “learned,” facilitating their ability to absorb the training provided by the school is undoubtedly a legitimate educational objective. It is more directly part of the school`s core mission of education than, for example, requiring students to wear uniforms or participate in public service, which both courts have rendered constitutionally.