After decades of having the law on the books, Arkansas lawmakers have done away with state-mandated testing of homeschoolers.
A conservative legal organization is trying to protect college basketball chaplains from a full-court press by an atheist group.
An education expert says "one way or another," the scads of data being collected by school districts about students – and in some cases, their parents – will eventually be comprised.
A controversial sex education instruction is being debated in the California legislature, and in the school district itself, in the midst of parental outrage.
Some high schoolers in Fargo, North Dakota are waiting to see if a pro-life club will be treated equally with other school clubs.
Shortly after its apparent approval of a pro-ISIS student club was captured on video by an honor student, Barry University officials suspended the student "without explanation or cause."
After more than a decade, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has released an updated edition of its Guide to Due Process and Campus Justice.
Though implementation of Common Core is credited to – or blamed on - the Obama administration, an education analyst says the foundation was laid by Hillary Clinton in the 1980s.
In the latest of a series of studies, a research organization has found that many students in middle-class schools in Michigan fail to meet or exceed proficiency standards.
A media backlash erupted after an Oklahoma legislator suggested that the revised AP History course be replaced with one that doesn't characterize the U.S. as a nation of oppressors.
A public university has such restrictive speech policies on campus that students are required to wear a badge, and restricted to a tiny space, to pass out flyers.
In the name of tolerance and multiculturalism, Miami's Barry University gave nothing but accolades and support to a student's idea of starting a pro-ISIS club on campus that would teach about Islam and fund the terrorists' families.
When it comes to the politically correct movement sweeping through America’s colleges, one conservative pundit, attorney and reservist — and even some Leftists — have had enough.
Many parents are unaware that the new assessment industry tools can gather personal data on students without them even being aware of it.
To keep the pressure on colleges and universities nationwide to revise their unconstitutional speech policies, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has filed several lawsuits as part of a litigation project begun last July.
A student's college career was off to a good start until he was kicked out of school because he earned his high school diploma by being homeschooled.