Public schools will be strained if tens of thousands of illegal alien children are allowed to enter, predicts a study released by a conservative black organization.
Opponents of a Colorado voucher program contend that faith-based schools must not be included in the program because that breaches the state's constitution. The case is now headed for the State Supreme Court.
Apparently it's OK to sneeze in a Dyersburg, Tennessee High School classroom, but it's not permissible to bless the sneezer.
Florida's largest teachers union has wasted no time in filing a lawsuit to try and prevent implementation of the newly passed Education Savings Account program.
The new anti-bullying law in New Jersey is already being abused. A nonprofit legal organization is litigating to prevent future unconstitutional abuses of the law.
Facing an onslaught of hundreds of outraged parents, a public school in California is pulling what some describe as a pornographic sex-ed textbook from the curriculum this Fall.
An Illinois public university is joining a growing list of more than 150 schools across the country that now offer gender-neutral bathrooms.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency thinks climate change should be taught in schools, but one organization believes it's an attempt for students to be "indoctrinated."
In Vancouver, British Columbia, a new school policy might be considered political correctness on steroids.
After enduring some setbacks lately, Common Core supporters have yet to find fault with the education standards they are espousing.
A University of Texas regent who says he discovered unethical favoritism at a law school is heading for impeachment by the state legislature.
A Rhode Island professor is not mincing words when it comes to Christian parents with children in public schools.
A longtime family advocate admits she's "baffled" why the U.S. government would commit millions of dollars to develop robotic pals for children instead of putting those finances toward strengthening the nation's families.
According to a leading creationist, the tenuous position of evolutionists is revealed through the incident of a university professor being fired after he found evidence contradicting the theory of evolution.
A computer scientist may have come up with a solution for customizing math instruction for different students in the same classroom, something education has been seeking for years.
A live, interactive event held by FreedomWorks called peoples' attention recently to the problems and pitfalls it expects will be brought on by the implementation of Common Core in America's public schools.