Another state has passed a bill that would enable creation of a scholarship tax credit program to enable children from low-income families to attend better schools.
A survey of the largest national non-union educators association shows that its members strongly support school-reform measures.
A college professor, already stunned by the anger over her article that criticizes Islam, says her faith is sustaining her during the backlash.
A group of conservatives in Florida has launched an alternative state school board association so that their voices can be heard.
For teachers in one Louisiana school district, any criticism of the controversial and problematic Common Core Curriculum is not only prohibited — it’s a punishable offense that may cost them their jobs.
Wesleyan University, once a Christian school, is now offering campus housing for 15 different alternative sexualities, also known as “LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM.” It has a specific place for sadomasochists, but straight males looking to join a men-only fraternity are out of luck.
After the Swedish Supreme Administrative Court ruled that a family cannot homeschool their eight-year-old daughter because they do not have “extraordinary circumstances” surrounding their need to teach from home, they are appealing their case to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).
Seized from their home by police more than a month and a half ago with a promise they’d return within 72 hours, seven homeschooled children in Arkansas were just allowed last Friday to visit their parents at home for four hours before returning back into custody.
Mississippi has taken the first step in passing a bill to create an education savings account program for special needs students.
Besides providing superior academic achievement and socialization, homeschooling has proven to be linked to producing stronger Christian beliefs and behaviors for home learners when they become adults.
The demographics of homeschooling are quickly changing, as African American children are becoming one of the fastest-growing segments of the United States population that is deciding to teach their own … and the reasons might surprise you.
After being required to recognize homeschoolers’ high school diplomas the same as they do ones issued by public schools last fall, the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) threw together a “diploma” that most consider a cruel joke.
The idea of so-called student learning plans for sixth graders, once popular in the 1990s, is making a comeback. But a conservative think-tank analyst says the plans are a bad idea.
If state legislators in Georgia pass a bill to create an innovative school choice program, it would become the third state in the nation to implement it.
A potential presidential candidate is pushing for education reforms that would set him apart from other prospective Republican candidates for president.
A parent in Florida is concerned that his son was instructed to recite an Islamic prayer in a 10th grade history class.