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2008 (By Year)
Public Schools Don't Have to be "Religion Free Zones"
A First Amendment and religious speech law firm says its working to keep public schools from becoming "religion-free zones," and has introduced the "Public School Christmas Project" to begin its educational efforts.
Higher Education No Longer Serving Founding Fathers' Intentions
The President of a prestigious private college in Michigan says the real cost of federal aid to higher education is much different today than our founding fathers intended.
Clemson Students Win Free Speech, Assembly Battle
There's been a major First Amendment victory for students at a prestigious South Carolina University.
Educator Says NEA Misinforming Public, Children About Homosexuality
A former chairman of the National Education Association's ex-gay educators caucus says the teachers' union is engaging in a "big misinformation campaign" to change public opinion on homosexuality, and it's starting with the youngest generation.
Universities Continue Race-Based Admissions Despite Law
The University of Michigan and other state universities are being allowed to continue with their race-based admissions policies, despite a new state law banning certain types of affirmative action.
Some Mich. Schools Suing to Keep Race-Based Quotas
Some public universities in Michigan are defying the state's new ban on racial, ethnic and gender preferences.
Michigan School Must Allow Christian Newspaper Distribution
A Christian student newspaper can be distributed on the campus of Michigan's Delta College after the threat of federal litigation against the state-funded school by the paper's editors and the American Family Association Center for Law and Policy.
New York school sued over restrictions on pro-life speech
One of the largest school districts in upstate New York has joined a growing list of public schools now facing a federal lawsuit over their treatment of pro-life students.
2006: A bad year for Christians at the Univ. of Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin system gained increasing notoriety in 2006 for its treatment of Christian students.
Pro-homosexual group's partnership with school questioned
The American Family Association of Pennsylvania says a public school district's partnership with a pro-homosexual group is a big mistake, and it is encouraging the district's leaders to reject any overtures from the "Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network."
GOP Senators push for "No Child Left Behind" changes
Two prominent Republican Senators are pushing legislation intended to rip the bureaucratic red tape out of American education. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) want to replace the "No Child Left Behind" law that places decision making power in Washington.
Group names 'most politically correct' college courses
The Young America's Foundation has unveiled its annual "Dirty Dozen," a listing of America's top 12 most politically correct college courses. Among the bizarre and disturbingly leftist offerings YAF is highlighting this year are courses such as "Mail-Order Brides," "Adultery," "Cyberfeminism," "Homosexual Literature," and "Lesbian Pulp Fiction."
Senator says 'No Child Left Behind' hurt by federal involvement
A South Carolina senator is hopeful his new education reform legislation -- which offers an alternative to President Bush's controversial "No Child Left Behind" (NCLB) education law -- will curb declining student achievement rates and restore state and local control to education policymaking.
Ban on affirmative action moves ahead at U. of Michigan
A conservative black group is praising a federal appeals court for rejecting the University of Michigan's attempt to delay implementation of a voter-approved ban on certain types of affirmative action.
NJ veterans upset by plan to abandon teaching about Veterans, Memorial holidays
Teaching students about the history of Memorial Day and Veterans Day may soon be no longer required in public schools throughout New Jersey.
Maryland Sex education case under fire
Critics of a new sex education curriculum in a Montgomery County, Maryland, school system say it stigmatizes people who disapprove of the homosexual lifestyle. Opponents of the curriculum are raising objections to a condom video and lessons on sexual orientation being presented to students in the 8th and 10th grade.
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