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Year in Review - Education 2009
The year 2009 held positive, pessimistic, and altogether noteworthy developments in educational news.
'Czar' promotes explicit school reading lists
President Obama's "safe schools czar" is coming under renewed attack.
A day in a lab = educational 'boost'
One of the original authors of the "Cash for Clunkers" program is hailing National Lab Day.
Faculty chastises abstinence promotion
A Virginia school principal has fallen under the scrutiny and criticism of her own staff for publicizing abstinence.
Goodbye Corzine, hello educational progress
A New Jersey school choice advocate says he will not miss the state's outgoing Governor John Corzine or his ineffective methods of improving education for inner-city minorites.
Parole restrictions keep terrorist at home
A controversial guest speaker was a no-show at UMass.
NJ gov. vote 'thrills' education reformers
Education reform advocates in New Jersey are releasing a sigh of relief.
Terrorist invited to speak on 'social change'
Outrage is being expressed over a speech invitation extended by a major university to a convicted terrorist.
Abstinence education - teens are listening
Abstinence advocate Valeris Huber says a new report by the Centers for Disease Control shows that abstinence education is delaying sex among teens.
Duke's sex-toy study labeled 'nonsense'
A North Carolina-based Christian group is appalled that Duke University would recruit female students to participate in a "sex toy" study.
Teachers unions sense power in numbers
America's largest teachers unions are taking a controversial stance on the 2010 Census.
Parents called to take pro-family stand
A pro-family organization is calling for a boycott of Scholastic Books.
Christian college nixes forum with homosexual filmmaker
Hope College in Holland, Michigan, has scuttled a student-proposed forum on sexuality that would have featured the participation of an openly homosexual Oscar-winning filmmaker.
No progress + lower standards = progress
The Department of Education has released a new report that shows a disturbing trend in state educational standards.
Controversy may strengthen Christian commitment
The provost at Calvin College weighs in on the controversial memo decision.
Christian college's memo causes confusion
After eight hours of deliberations, a Michigan college has decided to let a controversial memo stand.
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