Luke Holland

Luke Holland holds a J.D. from Washburn University School of Law, where he served as a staff writer and editor for the Washburn Law Journal, and a Bachelor’s degree in Humanities from Boyce…

Courts, Public Education
Parents of autistic twins awarded $45 million in lawsuit for abuse at California school  

The family of nonverbal autistic twins was awarded $45 million in damages after a jury found the twin boys were physically abused at their California school. The former… Read More

November 1, 2022
Courts, Culture
Florida father sues teacher and school in response to LGBTQ flags in class, alleges violation of state Parents’ Bill of Rights

A father in Florida is suing his son’s school district following a teacher’s decision to put up LGBTQ flags in her classroom and to then “proselytize.” According to… Read More

October 31, 2022
Washington high school football coach fired for postgame prayers to be reinstated after U.S. Supreme Court victory this summer

After a landmark Supreme Court victory allowing his silent postgame prayers, a high school football coach is expected to return to his coaching job next year. Read More

October 31, 2022
Courts, Legislation
Lawsuit to test North Carolina school choice vouchers – and religious schools’ ability to admit students according to their faith

Must religious schools be forced to admit those of other faiths if the students use tax-supported vouchers? That’s the question in a lawsuit by seven parents claiming the North… Read More

October 28, 2022
Charter school organizations rally together in lawsuit against Department of Education in response to new grant criteria

A West Virginia charter school organization has joined a lawsuit opposing the Department of Education’s new criteria for federal grant funding of charter schools. The West Virginia Professional… Read More

October 27, 2022