If Democrats in Sacramento have their way, parents in California would no longer have the right to decide whether their children will attend kindergarten.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal wants his state to withdraw from the Common Core standards, but a state judge is making that difficult.
After easily passing the military aptitude test (ASVAB) to get into the United States Navy, a homeschooler from South Dakota was denied acceptance by an Armed Forces recruitment officer, who told him that his score was not high enough because homeschoolers have to score higher than students who have been traditionally educated.
Many Americans are back in college or starting classes for the first time, but that doesn't mean college is affordable.
A Massachusetts family values advocate says it's no accident that so many students announce that they are homosexuals.
Apparently it's OK to sneeze in a Dyersburg, Tennessee high school classroom, but it's not permissible to bless the sneezer.
Public schools will be strained if tens of thousands of illegal alien children are allowed to enter, predicts a study released by a conservative black organization.
Opponents of a Colorado voucher program contend that faith-based schools must not be included in the program because that breaches the state's constitution. The case is now headed for the State Supreme Court.
Apparently it's OK to sneeze in a Dyersburg, Tennessee High School classroom, but it's not permissible to bless the sneezer.
Florida's largest teachers union has wasted no time in filing a lawsuit to try and prevent implementation of the newly passed Education Savings Account program.
The new anti-bullying law in New Jersey is already being abused. A nonprofit legal organization is litigating to prevent future unconstitutional abuses of the law.
Facing an onslaught of hundreds of outraged parents, a public school in California is pulling what some describe as a pornographic sex-ed textbook from the curriculum this Fall.
An Illinois public university is joining a growing list of more than 150 schools across the country that now offer gender-neutral bathrooms.
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency thinks climate change should be taught in schools, but one organization believes it's an attempt for students to be "indoctrinated."
In Vancouver, British Columbia, a new school policy might be considered political correctness on steroids.
After enduring some setbacks lately, Common Core supporters have yet to find fault with the education standards they are espousing.