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Christians called to mass exodus from public schools
Critics of America's public school system have launched a new effort highlighting the need for Christians to exit the system. POLL: Why do Christians send their kids to public schools? (Poll results in story)
School district sued over release time for religious class
Public school officials in Huntington, Indiana, deny that a religious education program offered during the school day illegally advances religion.
Modesty 'irrelevant' at Univ. of Chicago
A pro-family advocate is calling the University of Chicago's decision to allow co-ed dorm rooms troubling.
Ramsey: Surviving college - debt-free
Dave Ramsey offers some tips for those pursuing higher education in the ailing U.S. economy.
School calendar ignores 'Christmas Day'
A Tennessee mom is upset that political correctness is stepping on her daughter's religious freedom.
Leader in Christian education honored
Dr. Brian Ray is the recipient of the 2008 Dr. Robert Dreyfus Courageous Christian Leadership award.
Keeping Christians in public schools
A retired teacher has written a book encouraging parents to leave their children in public schools, rather than sending them to private and religious institutions.
Jesus 'not banned' from public schools
A religious rights advocate is troubled by a recent occurrence of censorship at a Mississippi school.
Obama's 'education czar' no reformer
An educational freedom advocate says Barack Obama is trying to please both sides of the educational fence with his choice for "education czar."
Magnolia State launches 'early care' education initiative
Mississippi is rolling out an "early care pilot program" aimed at infants and toddlers.
Controversy in new education czar's past
The director of the division of school advocacy for the Illinois Family Institute says the appointment of Arne Duncan as the new "education czar" has positive and negative elements.
Princeton settles six-year endowment lawsuit
Princeton University has agreed to pay a settlement of $100 million in a "donor intent" case.
Illinois school gets creative, complies with Title IX
An educational expert is applauding an Illinois university's approach to Title IX compatibility.
Under-performing schools praised for educational quality
Three-hundred schools were recently honored in Washington, DC, as "No Child Left Behind-Blue Ribbon Schools," but one advocate for school choice says the tribute might have been a bit premature.
Will Idaho remain a homeschool-friendly state?
An Idaho state representative is turning up the heat on homeschoolers.
Mass. schools to have mandatory sex education?
Planned Parenthood is pushing to make comprehensive sex education mandatory in Massachusetts.
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