Articles
Culture, Public Education
Elementary school teaches children as young as 4 to identify racist family members and more with controversial book

A public elementary school helped children as young as 4 identify “racist members of their family” and school them in “anti-racism.” A November letter from Janney… Read More

May 6, 2022
Christian Schools
This week in Christian education: May 2-6

Valley Christian School students make care packages for troops – Service is a regular part of student life at Valley Christian School in Missoula, Montana. Last week students… Read More

May 6, 2022
Public Education
New law borrows $1 billion to extend pension buyout option for Illinois state employees, including educators

(The Center Square) – Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed into law Thursday a measure that borrows $1 billion to extend the existing pension buyout program for Illinois state employees for… Read More

May 6, 2022
Public Education
Rep. Petryk: Wisconsin students will have to wait for gifted and talented opportunities

(The Center Square) – One western Wisconsin state representative says kids looking to get into gifted and talented programs in public schools across the state are out of luck for… Read More

May 6, 2022
Legislation
Louisiana House passes education savings account bill for disabled students

(The Center Square) – Legislation to create Education Savings Accounts for students with exceptionalities passed the Louisiana House. Lawmakers voted 91-1 to approve House… Read More

May 6, 2022
Christian Schools, Public Education
KSHSAA competitive balance effort for schools, not biological girls

(The Sentinel) – The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) allows transgender biological males to compete against biological girls, but it draws the line at public schools having to… Read More

May 5, 2022
Public Education
Georgia High School Association votes unanimously to require athletes to compete according to birth sex

The Georgia High School Association voted unanimously on Wednesday that students who compete in high school sports must do so according to the sex recorded on their birth… Read More

May 5, 2022
Homeschools, Opinion
Failure of public schools is a common reason homeschooling is growing among all demographics

Homeschooling is attracting large numbers of families from all demographics and backgrounds. A fascinating article by The Hechinger Report… Read More

May 5, 2022
Culture, Public Education
A majority of Americans seem to agree on what should not be taught to the youngest public school children

A recent poll reveals some common ground amid vast differences in how American parents view what’s appropriate when it comes to sex, race and gender education in the… Read More

May 5, 2022
Christian Schools
Q&A with a Catholic school advocate who has returned to her roots

(reimaginED) – Catholic education has been an integral part of Cristina Rodriguez’s life. Her mother was a teacher in Cuba at a School of the Sacred Heart, an international network… Read More

May 5, 2022
Legislation
School choice supporters encouraged by latest Marquette Poll on vouchers

(The Center Square) – More parents in Wisconsin are getting behind the idea of school choice. The latest Marquette Law School Poll shows 58% of voters in the state support… Read More

May 5, 2022
Legislation
Liberal lawmakers in 19 states are pushing for pro-transgender youth legislation

(The Center Square) – Lawmakers in more than a dozen states have pledged to push for legislative protection and refuge bills for transgender youth and their families, drafting template… Read More

May 5, 2022
Public Education
UM gets $1.25 million to help middle schoolers in core subjects

(The Center Square) – A federally funded program to help middle school students improve in math, science and language arts showed favorable outcomes and will be increased and extended… Read More

May 5, 2022
Culture
‘God-given rights’ are on the line: St. Louis mom unites thousands to fight for medical freedom

When Jennifer Barker took her infant daughter to the doctor for routine vaccinations, she never dreamed it’d be an event that would change both of their lives. Read More

May 4, 2022
Public Education
Wisconsin state superintendent again defends teaching of race, class and gender

(The Center Square) – The top teacher in Wisconsin says it is important for all kids in Wisconsin to learn from the author who wants to “upend mainstream ideas about… Read More

May 4, 2022
Legislation
Michigan schools get $10 million in safety grants

(The Center Square) – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that 150 awards were given to 57 local school districts, 14 intermediate school districts, 40 nonpublic schools, and 39 public school academies… Read More

May 4, 2022
Public Education
CRT protest planned over Jackson County Public Schools

(The Center Square) – A group called “Save Our Schools” is hosting a news conference at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, May 4, at the Commonwealth Commerce Center in Jackson, Michigan. Read More

May 4, 2022
Christian Schools, Legislation
A ‘Once in 100-Years Moment’: Christian Schools Flooded with Applications as Controversies Plague Public Education

(CBN News) – Nestled in the rolling hills of northern Virginia sits a sprawling tree-lined campus. Classrooms inside this shuttered private school sit empty. Once-busy halls are eerily silent. Each… Read More

May 4, 2022
Culture
Roberts orders leak investigation as court confirms authenticity of draft opinion

(SCOTUSblog) – The Supreme Court on Tuesday morning confirmed that a draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, published by Politico on Monday night, is authentic. Read More

May 4, 2022
Public Education
Education officials top the 2021 KPERS ‘millionaires’ list

(The Sentinel) – Data provided by the Kansas Public Employees Retirement System shows Kansas has 3,349 KPERS ‘millionaires’ – state and local government retirees who will collect at least $1… Read More

May 4, 2022