A cultural analyst says an anti-bullying bill passed by the Illinois House that could impact public schools is unnecessary and will undoubtedly target conservatives.
The U.S. Labor Department is not using the most accurate data to define unemployment numbers for recent college graduates, a conservative organization alleges.
An education analyst thinks a U.S. senator's proposed bill to revamp the accreditation system for colleges and universities isn't a bad idea but won't be able to accomplish much.
Alliance Defending Freedom has asked a Minnesota university to condemn the actions of one of its professors for inciting students to engage in viewpoint-based censorship.
A Kentucky university made a quick change in its so-called "Computing Ethics" policy which governs what can be said in school email messages.
It turns out that the Gospel message is not welcome in Nazareth – in Nazareth, Pennsylvania that is.
A family advocate in Illinois finds a questionable rationale behind a New York college’s offering of a class inspired by the antics of controversial performer Miley Cyrus.
A Canadian university has been fighting and winning battles to make sure Christians have a place in society.
The trend toward accommodating transgender students continues across the U.S. as New York City's new guidelines for the nation's largest school district take effect.
In a huge victory for proponents of school choice in Arizona, the Arizona Supreme Court has upheld a court of appeals' decision that ruled Empowerment Scholarship Accounts, or ESAs, are constitutional.
The head of a family values organization in the Lone Star State believes a special graduation ceremony planned for LGBT students at Texas A&M sends the wrong message to students and university supporters.
An Arkansas superintendent is not backing down after refusing to publish a homosexual student's coming-out story in the high school yearbook.
A political commentator is denouncing a report from the Department of Education that claims minority preschoolers are being treated unjustly.
Christian students have the opportunity today to share their views on faith and morality with fellow students during a special event taking place in schools across the country.
Some Indiana lawmakers concerned about the repression of speech and religious freedoms on a university campus are seeking answers to tough questions aimed at school officials.
Indiana may be the first state to legislatively dump the Common Core Standards, but an education analyst says the result will probably be superficial and bring no real change.