Education (2008)

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  • January 18, 2008 Staff

    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.
  • January 22, 2008 Staff

    ORU receives financial bailout

    An Oklahoma businessman David Green, whose family has provided a financial bailout for Oral Roberts University, says it's time to rebuild a culture of trust at the world-renowned school.
  • January 25, 2008 Staff

    New interim president tapped for ORU

    Oklahoma businessman Mart Green -- whose family bailed out Oral Roberts University -- has confidence and trust in the man tapped to temporarily lead the charismatic school. 
  • January 28, 2008 Staff

    New DVD series explains fight for children's minds

    Voddie Baucham, the leader of a ministry dedicated to "equipping believers to walk in truth," says Christians will not win the culture war until they remove their children from government-run schools.
  • January 30, 2008 Staff

    Pell Grants get 'chilly reception' from liberals

    President Bush's new school choice initiative is getting rave reviews from education reform advocates -- but chilly receptions from liberal teachers unions and Democrats in Congress. 
  • February 01, 2008 Staff

    Teachers boo pro-family pastor at MLK Day school assembly

    A pastor known for overcoming racial discrimination to become an NFL star and pro-family advocate was booed during a recent Martin Luther King Day presentation.
  • February 11, 2008 Staff

    Colorado school encourages gender confusion in second-grader

    Pro-family activist Peter LaBarbera says the case of a second-grade boy in one Colorado school who wants to be identified as a girl shows that the country has normalized deviance.
  • February 12, 2008 Staff

    William & Mary president resigns after controversial 'art show'

    The College of William & Mary made headlines last year when its president removed a cross from a chapel, claiming it might offend non-Christians. Now the Virginia school has allowed a sex workers' "art show" to be held on campus. Subsequently, school president Gene Nichol has resigned.
  • February 14, 2008 Staff

    Washington pastor says public school is 'going to pay'

    A pro-family pastor in Washington state is demanding that the pro-homosexual teachers who interrupted a school assembly at which he was speaking be fired.
  • February 15, 2008 Staff

    Pastor opposes 'sex club' at daughter's high school

    Ken Hutcherson, a pro-family pastor near Seattle, is objecting to the activities of what he calls a "sex club" in his daughter's public high school -- and to the fact that the club is allotted a whole day on the school calendar to promote its agenda. (Editor's note: This story addresses mature subject matter not appropriate for children.)
  • February 18, 2008 Staff

    'Evolution as fact' among Florida's new proposed education standards

    The Florida State Board of Education will be voting on new educations standards on Tuesday, but one of the more than a dozen "big ideas" being proposed has parents across the state up in arms.
  • February 20, 2008 Staff

    Florida decides 'evolution as theory' better way to go

    In the wake of public outcry, the Florida State Board of Education has voted by a margin of 4-to-3 to teach evolution as theory rather than fact.




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