In an unwarranted raid of a Missouri homeschool family’s home, police officers used a Taser and pepper spray on parents before social services seized their children and took them into custody. The raid was spurred by an allegation made by social services workers that the family’s home was “messy.”
Transcending into the political realm from the world of academia, a student-workers union will come together in December to vote on whether it will boycott, divest and sanction Israeli institutions in protest of the Middle Eastern nation’s conflict with the Palestinians.
Common Core opponents in Ohio have gotten a boost to their efforts now that the bill to repeal the standards has passed out of committee.
Critics who were trying to remove America's religious heritage from public school textbooks met their match when they went up against the Texas Board of Education.
A legal firm is commending an Ohio public school for standing up to the complaints of an atheist organization.
The wave of conservative victories in the midterm elections, both national and local, could reap big benefits for conservative education reformers.
A conservative activist hopes the Texas State Board of Education won't approve textbooks that gloss over the evils of Islam and cast a positive image of tyrants like Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong.
As the dissatisfaction among parents with the nation's public school system continues to grow, so does the number of home schoolers.
Once a new superintendent recently took the helm over a Pennsylvania school district, things reportedly got a bit tougher for homeschoolers.
After President Barack Obama announced his plan to give additional job protections to homosexuals employed by federal contractors, many Christian organizations became wary of government encroachment when it came to who they can and can’t hire. They were concerned that they would no longer maintain the right to hire and fire based on their religious beliefs, as faith-based charities receiving federal grants feared losing funding for not complying with Obama’s LGBT-friendly policy.
Nearly a quarter of a million students in the University of California’s ten campuses are expecting to see their tuition fees rise by 25 percent over the next five years — and they aren't happy about it.
A school district in Texas has heard from a legal firm that cancellation of a character-building program simply because presenters might discuss their Christian faith constitutes religious discrimination.
A South Dakota activist says a local school district may have violated state law in attempting to administer an intrusive student survey.
A recent poll conducted by the Marquette University Law School shows strong support among Wisconsin voters for expanding private school vouchers statewide.
After traditionally holding its students’ secular fall concert in a local church’s auditorium for the past four years, one Florida high school recently surrendered to a demand made by the American Civil Liberties Union over a complaint from one “offended” atheist parent who felt uncomfortable about the venue.
A legal organization has taken on a California public school district that was asking students intrusive questions about their personal lives.