Florida School Places Parental Advisory Labels on Over 100 Books

A school district in southwest Florida recently placed parental advisory notices on over 100 books, many of which contain topics covering racial justice and LGBTQ+ issues. The Collier County Public Schools placed an "advisory notice to parents" on both the physical and digital copies of the books, explaining that some members of the community think

By |2022-08-17T11:05:37-04:00August 16th, 2022|News|0 Comments

Tennessee School Choice Program Approved Right Before School Starts

Just before school started on Monday, a judicial panel approved on Friday the start of a Tennessee private school choice program for this year. Back in May, the Tennessee Supreme Court justified a 2019 law that enabled families in the Memphis and Nashville areas to use state funding to help cover private school tuition. Following

By |2022-08-09T11:05:10-04:00August 9th, 2022|News|0 Comments

Conservative Organizations Confront the Biden Administration’s Suggested Rules to Title IX

Yesterday, conservative leaders released a memo opposing the Biden administration’s proposed amendments to Title IX that would redefine “sex” as “sex stereotypes, sex-related characteristics, sexual orientation, and gender identity.” The memo, which was put together by the Conservative Action Project, also urged citizens to participate in the Education Department’s public comment period as every school

By |2022-08-09T11:13:24-04:00August 2nd, 2022|News|0 Comments

NEA Vows to Combat “Anti-LGBTQ+” Laws and Support Abortion Access

The National Education Association (NEA) recently passed measures to advocate for abortion access and dismantle supposed anti-LGBTQ+ laws. But the NEA’s controversial proposed “new business items” that circulated on Twitter, like implementing vaccine mandates and removing gender-specific language, were not passed. At the NEA’s annual Representative Assembly (RA), almost 6,000 members came together on July

By |2022-07-12T12:21:06-04:00July 12th, 2022|Government, News|0 Comments

Arizona Governor Ducey Set to Sign First-Ever Universal School Choice Bill

Arizona families could send their children to any school they want with the new state’s universal school choice bill. The Arizona Legislature recently approved what could become the nation’s largest school choice program, which would make education vouchers available to all K-12 students in the state. The next step for House Bill 2853 is to

By |2022-07-06T10:43:08-04:00July 5th, 2022|Facilities, Government, News|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
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