In another attempt to remove any semblance of Christianity from America’s public schools, the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) sent a letter recently to a middle school in Oklahoma threatening it to remove a painting depicting two young children praying.
While one cultural analyst strongly believes in the message of the Pro-Life Day of Solidarity, she suggests that taking school time to do it is not in the best interest of students.
One legal group is hoping students from a university in Oregon will take legal action after being threatened with harsh discipline for attempting to distribute copies of the Constitution outside their school's designated speech zone.
When one North Carolina parent was told that she was not permitted to withdraw her kindergarten daughter from public elementary school in order to homeschool her, she knew she had a problem.
Feeling the pressure from outside and inside the school, a Christian college in Massachusetts is reviewing its policy that prohibits homosexual behavior.
Following the wishes of disgruntled parents, a school board in Louisiana has voted to dump Common Core math.
Classroom materials intended for a Nebraska public school district are allegedly part of an agenda to indoctrinate impressionable students.
A public high school in New York has relented and is recognizing a faith-based student club, granting it equal access which the law demands. And it’s not the first time.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R), once a proponent of Common Core, is now suing the government over its standards and tests, as a recent forum shows parents are increasing unhappy with the system.
Planned Parenthood is on the attack in Pennsylvania, blasting the state's governor on the topic of sex education as the General Election draws closer.
The Jefferson County Colorado school board wants a review of the proposed Advance Placement history course. Students and teachers are pushing back hard against the curriculum, saying it displays censorship and a liberal bias.
An Arizona school district is telling teachers that it's a violation of the First Amendment if they keep their personal Bibles on their desks in classrooms.
A drama club student in North Carolina was told to dumb down his play to make it no longer religious so he wouldn't offend anyone.
A legal organization devoted to protecting religious rights says a New York high school is again denying a religious club equal access – and is risking an expensive lawsuit in the process.
Minnesotans have a little more time to protest a statewide proposal to accommodate transgender students in high school athletics.
Massachusetts parents are upset that their school plans to scan their children's fingerprints before they go through the lunch line.