Two high schools in North Dakota have come to realize that not taking sides could be on the wrong side of the Constitution.
One religious freedom organization is ready for a floodgate of legal questions as graduation season continues to unfold, saying it is ready to represent graduating high school speakers who want to talk about their faith, but are afraid to do so.
A professor in Florida is accused of punishing a 16-year-old student because of her religious faith.
A conservative religious rights commentator believes if the Supreme Court decides in favor of proponents of same sex “marriage,” religious schools could be at risk of losing their tax-exempt status.
Angry parents in Massachusetts went before state legislators on May 6, demanding passage of a bill that would protect students from being subjected to a controversial and intrusive survey.
Graduating seniors, who would like to express their Christian faith during graduation speeches, often come under fire from anti-Christian groups and unaware administrators.
The Texas Senate has passed landmark legislation to create the state's first school choice program.
The graduating classes at two private, historically black colleges witnessed contrasting worldviews recently when one heard from a popular actor – and the other heard from the first lady.
Colorado schools could be facing dire financial consequences after the feds turned down their request for a waiver on federal law regarding students opting out of testing.
Ohio State University is under fire over a recent presentation by a self-proclaimed "sex education activist" and popular video blogger. A spokesman for the Family Research Council considers such workshops dangerous.
Pro-life students at an Iowa high school will have equal rights with members of other school clubs – but only after legal intervention.
A university has earned a rare achievement by being designated a "green light" university by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
Mississippi's governor has vetoed legislation meant to do away with the Common Core in the Magnolia State, although the governor is committed to ending the Core.
To the delight of Common Core opponents, states continue to pull away from national standards and tests as parents are opting their children out of the all-important "assessments."
Less than one out of every five eighth-graders have a proficient grasp of U.S. history, and less than a fourth have a proficient grasp of civics.
If the Left-leaning tendencies of America's higher education could be summed up by numbers, look no further than the Harvard University faculty, which gives 96 percent of its donations to Democrats.