An Ohio fifth grader has been suspended for three days for pointing his finger like a gun and taking aim at a classmate –- a new victim of zero-tolerance intolerance, according to an attorney.
A frequent spokesperson for teen sexual health says President Obama's proposed 2015 budget shows a blatant disregard for the majority of parents and the health of teens, as he has once again eliminated funding for abstinence education.
A pro-family organization is all for proposed legislation that would make it easier to prosecute Kansas teachers, librarians, and school officials for exposing children to offensive or pornographic materials.
The Mississippi Board of Education has unanimously adopted the Common Core State Standards for the coming school year -- apparently ignoring the concerns of angry parents. And one ministry thinks it knows why.
A threat from atheists has prompted two universities to remove all the Bibles from their guest rooms -- a knee-jerk reaction one legal groups says is "unnecessary."
Following through on his promise, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) is booting charter schools out of city facilities, leaving hundreds of students stranded. And one analyst says this could just be the beginning.
A leading conservative education analyst points to two op-ed articles as proof that Common Core supporters fear their side is getting bludgeoned by opponents of the Core.
A group dedicated to education reform is astonished that some Maryland public school lessons dictate that students impersonate dictators such as Adolph Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, and Hideki Tojo.
An organization that aims to put the needs of students first doesn’t think it’s right for a Colorado university to offer students credit for attending the upcoming White Privilege Conference in Madison, Wisconsin.
The coalition seeking to overturn California's co-ed bathroom law claims it is facing opposition to review signatures invalidated by counties across the state.
There may be an issue with new White House initiatives aimed at promoting healthy foods and beverages in schools.
An online educational platform that originally targeted American-Jewish university students has now expanded to the evangelical Christian market.
A commentator thinks the expansion of free meals at schools is "disappointing" for several reasons.
Mississippi legislators have passed legislation that would create education savings accounts for parents opting for school choice, potentially making it the second state to do so.
A survey of the parents in Indiana who use school choice programs finds that the vast majority are satisfied – even the public schools.
Maine's Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a transgender boy who was forced by his school to use the staff bathroom when he said he identified as a girl.