A Christian college in Massachusetts is in trouble for its public opposition to hiring homosexuals and lesbians.
A national Christian organization sees opportunities for evangelism in the non-discrimination policies that colleges and universities are imposing on campus Christian groups.
Florida became the second state to pass legislation that offers education savings accounts for parents with special needs students. More states are certain to follow in making that decision.
A recent Rasmussen Reports poll shows support for Common Core drops as more parents find out about its details.
With an Ohio company refusing to hire a graduate simply because he was home schooled, a leading creation apologist warns that the culture is becoming more secularized because public schools are "churches of atheism."
Government intrudes further into local schools with regulations inspired by Michelle Obama’s health emphasis.
An organization of young conservatives is getting positive feedback for its study that found conservative books are missing from college freshman reading programs.
A public university is requiring a Christian group to post warning signs near its pro-life display because campus authorities fear some students might be offended.
During its fifteenth anniversary of fighting for free speech rights on college campuses, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education filed four lawsuits in one day.
First Lady Michelle Obama's unpopular school lunch program has finally found a place where it's popular: Pigs are making pigs of themselves on the wasted food.
Now that South Carolina has passed legislation to replace Common Core, the challenge is to develop new state standards that will not be just be a remake of the current ones.
An Arizona school board has decided to move ahead with using a Seattle sex education curriculum as a framework for developing its own. The selected curriculum has a Christian nonprofit legal group concerned.
A Christian activist in Illinois is warning her fellow conservatives in Maryland to take action against the use of homosexual propaganda in some of the material being taught in public schools there.
A free speech activist was telling her story during the recent International Christian Retail Show in Atlanta.
In a show of bipartisanship, the Louisiana House and Senate passed legislation that prohibits abortion providers from distributing sex education materials in public schools.
A U.S. senator is holding a series of roundtable discussions on sexual assaults that take place on college campuses. Some conservatives fear the discussions will result in restrictions of the due process rights of students and faculty.