A pro-Israel activist and terrorism expert is calling on Tennessee officials to launch an investigation into a terrorist organization's influence on textbooks and instructional material used in classrooms throughout the state.
More and more parents fed up with the tightening reigns of the federal government on public education through the Common Core are leaving the schools to homeschool their children. But few realize that the same "politicized" and "dumbed-down" standards they tried to avoid are showing up in their living rooms via online public education curricula — sometimes referred to as "virtual academies."
The just-passed federal omnibus spending bill gives added funds to states for abstinence education programs, which is great news for many pro-family organizations.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) chalked up another victory for trangenders last week, announcing that the Department of Education has issued a “guidance” for elementary and public schools across the nation, giving students who consider themselves to be a different sex than their anatomy indicates a free pass to enroll in single-sex classes — such as sex education —when they are biologically from the opposite sex.
After a recent custody battle in Kansas, a lower court judge made some overtly denigrating comments about homeschoolers — in so many words saying that they are unsocialized introverts fit only for a centuries-past society.
When a homeschool family from Charlotte, North Carolina, took their two-year-old daughter to the emergency room to have hers toe treated, little did they know it would result in an ongoing investigation by social services.
When News Year’s Eve rolls around and a new law is enforced, Pennsylvania parents can no longer be confident that their children’s medical records will be kept confidential from state intrusion in a number of given situations.
While the United States is decriminalizing marijuana, German is criminalizing homeschooling.
A family values organization is helping to raise awareness that Texas passed its "Merry Christmas" law last year to enable students and educators to celebrate Christmas without having to worry about being punished for doing so.
Many parents in the nation's capital are up in arms over the latest power grab by the government in the form of new regulations designed to make the state superintendent the designated "head" over every homeschool.
The leadership at Bob Jones University is asking for forgiveness and promising change in the aftermath of a report criticizing the school's handling of sexual abuse cases.
With 1.8 million pre-kindergarten through college students' information to protect in the Keystone State, the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) is allegedly guilty of a data-mining scheme. Public schools there are reportedly spending exhaustive amounts of time and money collecting and uploading students' personal data to be accessed by third-party government contractors without parental consent. Pennsylvania is reportedly leading the way for all 49 other states to follow.
A Texas-based public relations firm has flagged social media as a major catalyst behind the nationwide escalation of teacher-on-student sexual assaults.
A nonprofit legal organization sent an email to school districts nationwide advising them of the privacy rights of students.
After a Pennsylvania university adopted a sexual harassment code that it administered with good intentions, many are finding that it actually threatens the free speech rights of its students.
A California college has agreed to settle a free speech lawsuit.