Education



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  • August 28, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    Wanna be a good citizen? Know your history, civics

    An organization devoted to the strengthening of constitutional self-government is worried about what students won't be learning in public schools this fall.

  • August 28, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    Parents, school boards question LGBT agenda

    Public school boards in two different states are pushing back against controversial transgender policies.

  • August 27, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    College admission still a hurdle for homeschoolers

    Increasingly, homeschooled students being told they have to obtain a GED in order to be admitted to college. A recent incident in Florida is a textbook example of that growing trend.

  • August 27, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    Teachers don’t lose religious liberties

    Some people believe public school teachers must cast aside all religion when they enter the classroom. But a religious advocacy organization counters that myth with seven ways teachers can rightfully express their religion.

  • August 26, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    'And this will be your locker, young lady'

    Another public school is allowing a boy who identifies as a girl to share a locker room with female classmates. 

  • August 25, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    University warns students about 'free speech'

    An American university has warned its students that there's no such thing as "free speech" on campus. 

  • August 23, 2015
    Michael F. Haverluck

    Seattle schools give 1.3K teens the Pill, IUDs, advice

    Without parental consent, Seattle public schools gave girls as young 13 contraceptives — including the Pill, long-term arm implants and intrauterine devices (IUDs) — with nearly 1,300 students receiving birth control counseling.

  • August 24, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    Battle won for religious song in school

    A school in Iowa has taken a stand against parents who sued over a religious song the school choir sings - and the school has won the battle.

  • August 21, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    FIRE hopeful universities see the light

    The chairman of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee has sent letters to colleges and universities questioning why their policies fall short of First Amendment rights.

  • August 21, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    Iris scanner - sci-fi convenience, or an intrusion?

    Some college students in Virginia will have to have their eyes scanned in order to get a meal. Administrators say it's all about convenience, but not everyone is buying that.

  • August 20, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    Parents: It's time to protect your school-age children

    With schools around the U.S. getting under way for another year, a cultural analyst says parents must be proactive in protecting their children from liberal indoctrination.

  • August 19, 2015
    Bob Kellogg

    It's a mystery: Who would pay for Hillary's college plan?

    Hillary Clinton recently announced her plan to make college more affordable. But one observer says she didn't say much about who would be paying for it.