Podcast Ep. 22 “America Can’t Afford To Let Public Education Die” With Guest Vinson Palathingal

In part two of our discussion with Vinson Palathingal, we get a glimpse of the impact of immigration on a person’s education and career opportunities. The lonely insecurity most immigrants experience drives them to be hardworking and successful, Vinson says. As a STEM graduate and school board member, he also has unique insight into

By |2022-06-29T20:54:03-04:00June 29th, 2022|Podcast Episodes|0 Comments

Supreme Court Rules That Ex-Football Coach’s First Amendment Rights Were Violated

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that a former Washington state public high school football coach’s First Amendment rights were violated when the school asked him to stop praying on the field after games.  Former coach Joseph Kennedy regularly took a knee after games to pray, which started as a personal move, but then players

By |2022-06-29T16:26:55-04:00June 29th, 2022|Faith and Morality, Government, News|0 Comments

Will School Choice Lead to Defunded Public Schools?

School choice allows public education funds to follow students to the schools or services that best fit their needs—whether that’s to a public school, private school, charter school, home school, or any other learning environment families choose. This seems like a good concept, and you’d think it would have rousing support from all sides. After

By |2022-06-25T11:21:24-04:00June 25th, 2022|Facilities, Government|1 Comment

Pride, Pronouns, and Problems: Are Schools Making Your Kids Transgender? A Panel Discussion

This event has passed. Watch the panel here! Tuesday, June 28 @8pm EDT Online Discussion Imagine an adult coming up to your child and asking them who they’re sexually attracted to. The adult tells your child that sexuality and gender can’t be defined, so your child is free to use the pronouns they want. And

By |2022-07-05T09:39:43-04:00June 23rd, 2022|Community Involvement, Featured|1 Comment

Podcast Ep. 21 “Did America Forget About STEM Education?” With Guest Vinson Palathingal

Have you ever wondered why Asian immigrants are so prominently represented in American STEM jobs? Indian immigrant and engineer Vinson Palathingal is a serial entrepreneur who lives in Fairfax County, Virginia. Vinson immigrated to America from Kerala, India because he wanted to build a stronger, better business in a free market. He has watched

By |2022-06-29T09:52:07-04:00June 22nd, 2022|Instruction, Podcast Episodes|1 Comment

P.E.—Should It Be A Class?

“Physical education provides cognitive content and instruction designed to develop motor skills, knowledge, and behaviors for physical activity and physical fitness. Supporting schools to establish physical education daily can provide students with the ability and confidence to be physically active for a lifetime.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)   Physical Education.  For

By |2022-06-20T13:43:55-04:00June 20th, 2022|Instruction|0 Comments

Podcast Ep. 20 “Does Your Child Have Access to Porn at School?” with Guest Dawn Justice

Is porn acceptable in school libraries as long as it’s supporting a good story? Our guest Dawn Justice shares how this argument was used against a motion to remove graphically descriptive sexual novels from school libraries. As a mother and recently elected school board member, Dawn believes that parents are the best remedy to

By |2022-06-15T10:52:32-04:00June 15th, 2022|Podcast Episodes|1 Comment
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