The "Day of Silence" is scheduled for April 17 this year.
It is an annual event at schools organized by GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network).
I appreciated receiving this educational piece about it this week:
If you have children in public schools—or know kids from your church in public schools—you owe it to them to find out what they will be faced with on that day.
This article explains how the "Day of Silence" puts teachers as well as students in what feels like a lose/lose place.
Read the article. And then together let's pray that Christian parents and teachers will be equipped to make Godly responses to this overt attempt to manipulate students.