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UC Davis student blows whistle on school policy that says misgendering is harassment   

A University of California, Davis student has blown the whistle on a school policy that forces students to use their peers’ transgender pronouns or face punishment for “harassment.”   Rebeka Zeljko,… Read More

December 1, 2023
Public Education
New study shows preschoolers with ‘higher cognitive’ development after staying home during COVID lockdowns 

Nationwide testing has revealed devastating consequences for students from COVID-19 lockdowns. But now there’s some good news.   A new study from Canada shows that for preschoolers, staying at home had significant,… Read More

December 1, 2023
Public Education
Minnesota school district considers closing three schools as enrollment and funding decline 

A Minnesota school district is proposing the closure of three schools as part of a 10-point proposal to reduce spending.   Rochester Public Schools released the proposed plan, “… Read More

December 1, 2023
Culture
Soccer star Megan Rapinoe says injury proves there is no God; prominent Christians respond 

Women’s soccer star and self-proclaimed patriot Megan Rapinoe says an injury in her final game Saturday is proof there is no God.  But prominent Christians, including… Read More

November 13, 2023
Courts
Longtime sorority alumni booted after supporting lawsuit challenging admission of trans man 

Two alumni have been expelled from Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at the University of Wyoming, allegedly for supporting a lawsuit challenging the admission of a trans man into the all-female organization.  … Read More

November 13, 2023
Culture
Libraries cut ties with ‘tone-deaf’ American Library Association as ‘Marxist’ president doubles down on sexually explicit books 

More libraries and county governments have broken ties with the American Library Association (ALA) since the election of the group’s current president, Emily Drabinski, a self-described “Marxist… Read More

November 13, 2023
Public Education
Washington elementary school replaces Veterans Day with International Day for Tolerance 

A Washington state elementary school decided to replace Veterans Day celebrations with the International Day for Tolerance – and parents aren’t happy about it.   In the past, Benjamin Rush Elementary… Read More

November 13, 2023
Culture
Senator, congressman want scrutiny for pro-Hamas student groups, complacent universities

As would-be terrorists cross America’s porous border, college students support the Hamas terror attack, and the federal government employs a virulent opponent of Israel, the U.S. Senate can’t even agree… Read More

October 20, 2023
Public Education
Anti-school choice lawsuit in Wisconsin targets scholarships for special needs and low-income students  

A group is suing to end four of Wisconsin’s school choice programs, claiming their funding mechanisms are unconstitutional and designed to cripple traditional public schools.  The… Read More

October 20, 2023
Culture
Teammates, activists, speak out against biological male joining Virginia college women’s swim team  

The NCAA and lawmakers have failed women athletes in allowing biological men to compete with them in college sports, increasing numbers of women are saying.  In September, the female swim… Read More

October 20, 2023
Homeschools
What a development! The sacrifices we’ve made, the lessons we’ve learned, since choosing to homeschool our child 

My wife and I took a leap of faith, changing our entire lifestyle in May 2021 to homeschool our son and provide him with the kind… Read More

October 20, 2023
Culture
Royce Lewis spreads the ‘fragrance’ of the Lord in his Major League Baseball postseason debut 

Royce Lewis started his first playoff appearance in stunning fashion, hitting two home runs in one game as part of what the Minnesota Twins infielder calls “a God thing.”  He… Read More

October 20, 2023
Public Education
School-based healthcare centers on path to ‘eliminating parents’ rights’ 

The Biden administration’s ramp-up of school-based health centers (SBHCs) is moving public education further toward government intrusion in the parent-child relationship.  That’s according to Michelle Cretella M.D., a general pediatrician,… Read More

October 19, 2023
Public Education
Teachers’ union at KU argues violence against Israel is necessary, as universities are rocked by pro-terror views 

An affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers issued a statement Wednesday in solidarity with Hamas that encourages violence toward Israel.   The Graduate Teaching Assistants Coalition at the University of… Read More

October 19, 2023
Christian Schools
Florida Christian homeschool staying afloat as delayed state payments arrive

A Christian homeschool in dire financial straits after a delay in receiving Florida per-student payments under its school choice law has suddenly started to see some cash.   Generations Christian Homeschool… Read More

October 19, 2023
Public Education
Miami math teacher shows horror-style remake of ‘Winnie the Pooh’ to 4th graders  

Florida parents were outraged when they discovered their children’s 4th-grade math teacher showed them the horror film Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey despite students’ objections.   “I feel completely abandoned… Read More

October 19, 2023
Culture
California law school professor warns against hiring his law students, and those who create ‘Jew-free zones’ 

A law professor has warned against hiring his “antisemitic” law students.  University of California, Berkeley’s Steven Davidoff Solomon, corporate law professor and advisor to the campus Jewish law students’ association,… Read More

October 19, 2023
Public Education
Op-Ed: ‘Missouri public education requires a reset and return to basics’

With Commissioner Margie Vandeven’s resignation announcement Tuesday, we believe it is necessary to call attention to pressing K-12 public education issues. As the co-chairs of the Joint Committee on Education,… Read More

Courts
Ohio parents file suit alleging school staff member sexually assaulted their 7-year-old son  

The parents of a 7-year-old child have sued an Ohio school district, superintendent and school board alleging their son was sexually assaulted by a district employee.   Jerry North, a former… Read More

October 18, 2023
Homeschools
The right to test? Homeschoolers still fighting to gain access to certain college exams 

Taking a three-hour college placement exam may not sound appealing to most high schoolers – unless you’re a homeschooled student who’s been denied access.  Such a scenario occurred this fall… Read More

October 18, 2023