The Doctrine of In Loco Parentis

In Loco Parentis is Latin for “instead of a parent” or “in place of a parent” and is a phrase used to describe, among others, schoolteachers who have custody of a child and the responsibility for looking after the child. When you drop your children off at school, you have abandoned them to the state so schools will act in place of the parents and do whatever they wish including force vaccinating them without parental knowledge or consent.

"Parents give up their rights when they drop their children off at public school." ~ Melinda Harmon, Federal Judge, 1996

"Schooling is a form of adoption. You give your kid away at his or her most formative years to a group of strangers. You accept a promise that the state, through its agents, knows better how to raise your children and educate them than you do." ~ John Taylor Gatto

"Don’t question your ability to teach your child. Question putting your child into the same institution that left you questioning your ability to teach your child."