Search results for “library bill”
Opinion, Public Education
New law requires New Jersey schools to teach critical thinking, but could it be politicized?

A recently signed New Jersey law will ensure public schools teach critical thinking and other research skills, but some worry it could be politicized in the classroom. New… Read More

January 11, 2023
The Lion 2022 review: Christian education grows, school choice expands, parents fight for their rights

As Christian education continued to soar last year, public education stumbled to its feet after its paralyzing pandemic response led to historic declines in attendance and academic performance. Read More

January 9, 2023
Legislation, Public Education
Corey DeAngelis blasts teachers’ unions for holding K-12 education “hostage” during pandemic

Prominent school choice proponent Corey DeAngelis appeared on Dr. Phil this week to discuss the role teachers’ unions played in undermining public education during the pandemic. Read More

December 21, 2022
Public Education
Narcan could be required in California gas stations, schools following rise in fentanyl deaths

(The Center Square) – California could move to require opioid antagonist kits, which can be used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, in public spaces like libraries,… Read More

December 12, 2022
Public Education
Kansas parent addresses school board with content, curriculum concerns

(The Sentinel) – Kirsten Workman, who withdrew her daughter from high school English class over her concerns its content focused more on Critical Race Theory, gender issues, and political… Read More

November 17, 2022
Public Education
Tennessee’s Department of Education looking for $350M budget increase

(The Center Square) – A year after receiving $1 billion in additional funding for K-12 education, Tennessee’s Department of Education is asking for a $353.3 million increase in… Read More

November 17, 2022
Commenting begins on proposed rules seeking to protect minors at Missouri public libraries

(The Center Square) – Missourians have 30 days beginning today to comment on a proposed rule requiring state-funded libraries to have written policies describing what materials are appropriate for minors. Read More

November 16, 2022
Courts, Culture, Public Education
Georgia substitute teacher allegedly fired for raising questions as a mom about age-inappropriate book being read to elementary students

A Georgia substitute teacher is suing after being fired for raising questions about depictions of same-sex couples in a picture book included in a library read-aloud to elementary school… Read More

October 5, 2022
Birth of the abortion industrial complex (part 3): Eugenics evolves

Engenics advocates coined the phrase “race betterment” to describe their work or, as Margaret Sanger and the early advocates for birth control termed it, “family planning”—a term used… Read More

September 22, 2022
How a firebombed pregnancy center is changing the post-Roe landscape

Jim Harden in the CompassCare center after the attack / Courtesy of CompassCare Jim Harden got the phone call at 2:30 in the morning. “The smoke detectors are… Read More

September 16, 2022