Even though many students were vehemently opposed, Notre Dame University has finally approved a campus group that promotes traditional marriage.
After receiving much media attention and criticism concerning the accreditation process and campus values under question at a Christian college in Massachusetts, Gordon College Vice President of Marketing and Communications Rick Sweeney made a public appeal in an effort to clarify the situation.
Standardized testing, a linchpin in education accountability, is coming under increasing attacks from disgruntled parents.
After the ACLU forced an Ohio public school to remove a painting of Jesus as the Good Shepherd, citizens and local churches rallied to maintain the painting nearby.
Parents and legislators are outraged by a University of Hawaii program that gives gift cards to middle school students for participating in a graphic sex-ed program. (Caution: this story includes terms some may find offensive.)
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) became a pioneer in the culture of death last week when it began offering a free online course teaching students about the ins and outs of abortion - from procedures to advocacy.
A legal group that advocates for the right of people to freely live out their faith has sent letters to school districts in three states telling them to reject policies that would allow students to use bathrooms reserved for the opposite sex.
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.