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.
Even though Virginia is one of only a few states not having to deal with the alleged "dumbing down" of the controversial Common Core, many parents statewide are now concerned with the proposed ban on zeroes from the classroom so that students' feelings aren't hurt.
In the wake of a lawsuit filed against it, a prominent university in the South has relented and opened up its campus to allow students to speak freely without restrictions.
A conservative group at George Washington University is being accused of an "act of violent," even though there's been no act committed.
A Christian student group at a California university has sent a letter to school officials demanding to be let back on campus after being kicked off because of the group’s Christian principles.
It's nearly time for the annual homosexual-activist Day of Silence to be held at many public schools nationwide April 17. One cultural analyst, meanwhile, advises parents to keep their children at home.
It used to be that tests at school measured academic knowledge, but now they do much more than that – covertly prying into young students' beliefs, opinions, values and even attitudes, according to academic experts. As a result, unprecedented numbers of children and parents are opting out.
Unconstitutional speech policies at a couple of southern universities are being tagged with "red light" ratings from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
An education analyst says a recent op-ed article by former Florida Governor Jeb Bush misses the mark when it comes to addressing federal involvement in education.
American Baptist College (ABC) refuses to reconsider its decision Tuesday to invite a “married” lesbian bishop to be a featured speaker at its annual lecture series this month despite protests — arguing that “true Christians” advocate “social justice.”
A group of pastors is waiting for a response to their concerns at the historically black American Baptist College in Nashville.
At George Washington University, declining to submit to LGBT doctrine is a punishable offense — one that runs so contrary to campus politics that it is dubbed an “act of violence.”
Not to be outdone among the political correctness crowd, a California-based all-girls school is allowing students to choose from multiple sets of pronouns by which their professors may address them.