Louise Secker

Second grade teacher in Virginia sparks movement to get fresh Bibles in schools

How did an elementary teacher plant the seeds of a worldwide movement to introduce new Bibles in school libraries? Hannah Sailsbury was teaching second grade…

Our nation’s educational power structures are showing cracks

The past few years have seen sweeping changes across many landscapes: political, social, and economic. The area of education is experiencing the same level of…

Debate over in-person learning concerns parents, politicians, educators

With the surge of the milder Omicron variant affecting the country this week, many large school districts across the nation remained closed after the holiday…

Lucas Christian Academy fights city to get lights for homecoming

Lucas Christian Academy, located outside Dallas, has a 6-man football team that went undefeated in the regular season. Football games are a source of school…

Bethel Christian Academy wins Maryland discrimination case

A federal judge has ruled in favor of a Maryland Christian school that was denied access to a state voucher program based on its biblical…

Religious freedom proponents push back on Build Back Better Act childcare language

In late October President Joe Biden announced the framework for his “Build Back Better” legislation, which would cost taxpayers close to $5 trillion over the…

US Supreme Court hears arguments in case of public funding for Christian education

A Supreme Court case centered around the use of taxpayer funding for private Christian schools is being heard this week. Today the Court will hear…

Biden HHS Department rolls back Trump-era religious liberty protections

In November, the US Department of Health and Human Services announced it was making changes to revoke certain faith-based exemptions for child welfare agencies as…

Chicago area Christian schools see rapid growth

Chicago-area Christian schools are seeing the same record enrollment growth as their counterparts across the country, and experts predict the trend will continue. As public…

Tennessee Governor Calls for Review of State’s “Outdated” Funding Formula

The Tennessee governor and the state’s commissioner of education announced a review of Tennessee’s educational funding formula last month, after years of debate and complaints…

Education Experts Eye Declines In Kindergarten Enrollment: Will Students Return to Public Schools?

COVID disruptions to the 2020-2021 school year caused changes in the US education system that will have long lasting effects. One of those changes –…

Condoleeza Rice and Congressional School Choice Caucus meeting highlights importance of parent-led education in the US

On November 3, the Congressional School Choice Caucus met with former Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice, for a conversation on education issues facing students and…

Christian Schools face government lawsuits over mandate noncompliance, voters join pushback

Several Christian schools across the country have found themselves facing legal action as they fight back against government mandates that schools and parents find overreaching.…

Greenville Christian School: A football powerhouse despite small budget, larger rivals

Over the last two seasons, Mississippi’s tiny Greenville Christian School has emerged as a football force despite its small budget and limited facilities. Ranked number…

Christian schools see record enrollment growth, outperform public schools during pandemic

The effects of the pandemic, combined with cultural shifts and political pressure on public school curriculum has translated into a boon for Christian schools nationwide. Christian schools have kept their doors open and offer parents curriculum they agree with.

Petra Academy: Sense of Community Fuels Growth

Petra Academy, a classical Christian school in Bozeman, Mont. is experiencing growth that mirrors other Christian schools around the country. Enhancements to athletics and community…

Pennsylvania, Missouri, & Ohio School Boards Associations leave national association, 22 states distance themselves from ‘domestic terrorism’ language applied to parents

(Updated 10/28) Last week, the Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) voted to cancel its longtime membership with the National School Boards Association (NSBA). A week…

Illinois school makes Christian education accessible for low income families

South Side Christian Academy opened its doors in Peoria, Ill. in 2016 with the goal of offering Christian education to families in one of the…