‘They don’t know anything about this conflict or the history.’ IDF veteran sets Hamas attacks in context in briefing

A briefing on the unfolding war between Israel and Hamas was hosted last week by The Herzog Foundation, which publishes The Lion. Guest speaker Uri Goldflam, a former Israel Defense… Read More

November 22, 2023
New report: Fewer than five China-linked Confucius Institutes left on American college campuses

The number of Confucius Institutes on U.S. college campuses has diminished from about 100 in 2019 to fewer than five today, a new government report reveals. Read More

November 6, 2023
Public Education
California college savings program flops in first year

With a budget of almost $2 billion, California’s new college savings program is getting few takers. The California Kids Investment and Development Savings Program, or CalKIDS, is a state-funded program… Read More

October 30, 2023
Why American college students protest biological gender but support mass terrorism

If you asked the average American which was more oppressive, biological gender or militant terrorism, I imagine most would say terrorism. But not today’s college students. Many colleges, professors and… Read More

October 27, 2023
Public Education
Classic Learning Test enjoys influx of students wanting to take the revolutionary exam

The Classic Learning Test has skyrocketed in popularity since being approved for admissions use in Florida’s public universities. The classically minded test was… Read More

October 23, 2023
2023 has been a battleground for transgender athletics

(The Center Square) – A law took effect in Texas this month that bans transgender women from playing a woman’s sport at the college level. It was similar… Read More

October 2, 2023
Public Education
Florida approves Classic Learning Test as alternative to SAT and ACT

Florida’s Board of Governors has officially approved the Classic Learning Test (CLT) for use as a college entrance exam. The 17-member board, which governs Florida’s… Read More

September 15, 2023
Public Education
Colleges crack down on use of AI in classrooms after dozens of cheating students reported

College professors across the country are working to “ChatGPT-proof” their assignments after educators reported “dozens” of cheating students. Timothy Main, a writing professor at Conestoga College in Canada, said the… Read More

August 11, 2023
Fired equity director sues California college, alleging she was sacked for not being woke enough

An equity director has filed a lawsuit alleging she was fired from a California community college for questioning the institution’s social justice ideology. The lawsuit, filed by the Foundation Against… Read More

July 20, 2023
College savings plans could be applied to certifications, workforce training in VA

(The Center Square) – Virginia Reps. Abigail Spanberger and Rob Wittman are leading a bipartisan effort to diversify how college savings accounts can be used. The Freedom to Invest in… Read More

July 7, 2023
‘American values’ education bill still idling, opposed by UNC faculty

(The Center Square) – As the nation celebrates the 247th anniversary of the Founding Fathers signing the Declaration of Independence, some in the General Assembly want North Carolina college graduates… Read More

July 3, 2023
College professor sues after school administrator threatens ‘slaughterhouse’ for conservatives over DEI

A California college professor is suing a college district and a raft of administrators for interfering with his right to free speech and academic freedom. Daymon Johnson, who teaches at… Read More

June 26, 2023
Homeschool family defends rights to dual-enrollment programs for high school students

Thanks to dual enrollment, many homeschool students don’t need to graduate high school before taking college-level courses. Some can even complete college degrees while still in their teens. For example,… Read More

June 26, 2023
Gov. Inslee raises Pride flag at the Washington State Capitol campus

(The Center Square) – The Pride flag is now flying over the Washington State Capitol campus in Olympia. Several members of the LGBTQ community – as well as Sen. Emily… Read More

June 2, 2023
States push back against Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in universities

(The Center Square) – A coalition of education experts, governors and lawmakers are pushing back against the “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” policies that have become the norm in public colleges… Read More

June 1, 2023
WWII vet finally walks graduation stage 80 years after earning degree

After 80 years of waiting, a WWII veteran walked across the stage to officially be handed the diploma he earned in 1943. Fred Taylor was a senior at Cornell College… Read More

May 26, 2023
Public Education
Charges dropped against student arrested after handing out Constitutions on Arizona campus

(Daily Caller News Foundation) – The state of Arizona dropped all charges against a former Arizona State University (ASU) student who was convicted of trespassing after handing out pocket Constitutions… Read More

May 16, 2023
Majority of Planned Parenthood facilities are located within 5 miles of a college campus, report finds

(Daily Caller) – Planned Parenthood is targeting young people by placing a majority of their facilities within 5 miles of a college campus, Students for Life of America’s (SFLA) Demetree… Read More

March 29, 2023
Iowa U.S. Senators propose bill mandating disclosure of total interest on student loans

(The Center Square) – College students would learn the estimated total interest they would pay on an education loan before they take it out if a law proposed by Iowa’s… Read More

March 21, 2022
Christian Schools, Homeschools, Legislation
Florida senate bill could shut door to college credit for private school and homeschool students

Last year, private school families celebrated legislation that created a $15.5 million state fund to cover the costs of private school students who participated in dual enrollment programs that allowed… Read More

February 17, 2022