An Oklahoma state senator has introduced a bill that would protect public schools from lawsuits when the Bible is taught as history.
The fifth annual National School Choice Week begins today, January 23.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has announced its Speech Code of the Month goes to Georgia Southern University for adopting an unconstitutional speech policy.
Following an interview with a Christian missionary, author Andrée Seu Peterson was compelled to delve into how political correctness in America has affected how English teachers teach. What she discovered is "a mandate to get rid of language that hurts people's sensibilities."
A California teacher is being investigated after complaints that he was distributing "Bible cookies" to students in class.
The ACLU is going after a Mississippi school district that's requiring students to obtain parental permission before joining a club that advocates for homosexual rights.
A group of Christian colleges and Bible schools has been pushed too far and wants the government of Illinois to butt out of its business. So they have gone to court to try to see that happens.
As school athletic associations are asked to allow transgender youth to play on teams of the opposite gender, Montana residents sent a loud message of opposition.
One researcher sees an opportunity for the GOP to put a stop to the Obama administration's "cradle-to-career" education system.
After the state legislature’s approval of a new Arizona law Thursday morning, students who want a high school diploma will need to pass a citizenship test or the hats won’t fly at graduation. The law was speedily approved by both houses later in the afternoon and signed by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey in the evening of the same day.
An observer from a conservative think tank says the president's call for stronger student privacy protections is "bogus."
Forget sitting in the corner or getting sent to the principal's office. Not in Virginia, at least, where a four-year-old preschooler at an elementary school was handcuffed, shackled, and taken by a sheriff in a squad car to the police station. There he was forced to talk to jail inmates to "scare" him straight. And just for safe measure, the school threw in a suspension.
A skeptic of man-made global warming is speaking out against school curriculum in West Virginia.
A cultural analyst isn't satisfied with federal guidance being handed down to public schools as they struggle with how to comply with rules governing accommodation of gender-confused students.
Just a few years after "state-napping" a homeschooled seven-year-old boy from his parents after boarding an international flight to emigrate to India – and keeping them from seeing him for three years – Swedish officials are at it again. This time they are pursuing their agenda through Sweden's Supreme Court, as they continue to violate the human rights of a Swedish-American couple by denying their application to homeschool their elementary-age daughter.
Atheists and humanists from a few communities around the country are starting their own after-school clubs to push back against the Child Evangelism Fellowship, claiming the clubs sponsored by CEF are a negative influence.