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Public Education
Akron teachers strike for school safety, more discipline

School violence has become so bad in Akron, Ohio, teachers are planning to strike when the spring semester commences. Akron Education Association (AEA) announced its… Read More

December 30, 2022
Culture
DeSantis’ office calls for investigation as ‘all ages’ Christmas drag show tour ends in Florida

The touring Christmas drag queen show that welcomed children in most of its sexually explicit performances across 36 cities is coming to an end in Florida, one of the… Read More

December 29, 2022
Public Education
High School for the gifted withholds notification of National Merit Scholar awards in the name of ‘equity’

Parents with children attending a top-ranked Virginia high school were shocked to discover administrators withheld notifications of National Merit Scholar awards for years. Thomas Jefferson High School for… Read More

December 29, 2022
Opinion
Teaching proper grammar and math is racist, say these teachers

A California teacher refuses to teach proper grammar because she claims it upholds white supremacy. “Public education is an institution that upholds lots of problematic systems in our… Read More

December 29, 2022
Public Education
Residents in this Kansas school district question curriculum, content in dual credit courses

(The Sentinel) – Taxpayers in the Rose Hill USD 394 school district voiced concerns at a recent school board meeting about curriculum content in a “dual credit” course offered to… Read More

December 29, 2022
Public Education
Former teacher’s assistant pleads guilty in child pornography case

(Daily Caller) – A former teacher’s assistant in Little Rock, Arkansas pleaded guilty to three counts of child pornography charges on Tuesday. Augustus Shenker, who formerly worked at Miss Selma’s… Read More

December 29, 2022
Public Education
Kennewick school district to finalize policy giving American flag preference

(The Center Square) – The Kennewick School Board is expected to finalize a policy in January that limits the size, number and placement of all flags but the American flag. Read More

December 29, 2022
Public Education
Schools are open, but students are still missing class as chronic absenteeism soars

(Daily Caller) – Though schools are open and are no longer relying on remote learning, many students are still chronically absent from class, according to The Wall Street Journal. In… Read More

December 29, 2022
Homeschools
National study to measure homeschoolers’ academic performance

Testing homeschool students to see how they compare to their public school peers? Bring it on, say the organizers of a nationwide study aiming to measure the academic… Read More

December 28, 2022
Culture
Former trans woman Oli London responds to LGBT advocate who denied existence of ‘detransitioners’ like him

An LGBT advocate testified to Congress that detransitioners – people who return to their biological gender after identifying as transgender – don’t exist. Oli London, a detransitioner, begs… Read More

December 28, 2022
Culture, Public Education
‘Gaining ground’: Conservatives scored massive victories in the battle over education in 2022

(Daily Caller) – In 2022, conservatives flipped dozens of school boards across the country, enacting conservative priorities and amending school policies to increase transparency in the classroom. Read More

December 28, 2022
Culture, Public Education
California high school to host lecture on raising transgender kids

(Daily Caller) – A California school district is partnering with a parental group to put on a lecture for parents on raising transgender children, according to the parent group website. Read More

December 28, 2022
Public Education
North Carolina professor files lawsuit after firing over CRT criticism

(The Center Square) – A teacher at the North Carolina Governor’s School recently filed a lawsuit against state officials who he claims fired him for questioning the school’s critical race… Read More

December 28, 2022
Public Education
Michigan court’s shielding of teachers from public record requests raises ‘transparency’ concerns, experts say

(Daily Caller) – A recent Michigan court ruling, which found that public school teachers are exempt from the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), raises red flags for “transparency” in schools,… Read More

December 28, 2022
Public Education
Sisolak’s Nevada budget proposal doubles education funds, hikes state employee pay

(The Center Square) – Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s 2023-2025 budget proposal includes a 10% raise for state employees during 2023 and more than doubles public education funding over the next… Read More

December 27, 2022
Christian Schools, Courts
Parents, Catholic school sue Michigan officials over ‘gender identity’ law

(Daily Caller) – The Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish (SHJP) Catholic school filed a lawsuit Thursday against Michigan state officials after the state’s civil rights laws were changed to include… Read More

December 27, 2022
Culture
Ohio students closer to getting religious accomodations

(The Center Square) – Ohio colleges and universities could soon be required to develop a policy that would provide religious accommodations for students following the General Assembly’s passage of bipartisan… Read More

December 27, 2022
Public Education
Biden Admin investigates Texas superintendent for removing explicit books from libraries

A Texas superintendent is under investigation for trying to protect students from sexually explicit books in public school libraries. The U.S. Department of Education has launched an… Read More

December 27, 2022
Courts, Public Education
Ohio school board says its gender identity policy follows federal law after former teacher files lawsuit

(Daily Caller) – An Ohio school board said its stance on gender identity is following federal law in its first meeting after a lawsuit, according to the Canton Repository. Vivian… Read More

December 26, 2022
Culture, Public Education
Georgia education officials cite education loss as a top priority for 2023

(The Center Square) – Georgia education officials say they plan to address lost learning opportunities stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. But a leading Georgia nonprofit says state lawmakers should pass… Read More

December 23, 2022