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Brazilian home schoolers taken to court
A Brazilian family has been charged with intellectual abandonment for choosing to home school their children.
Your child can thrive in public school
A Christian couple says it's possible to help children find success in the public school system and help them stay on course as faithful followers of Christ.
Milwaukee OKs 'gay'-affirming school
An Illinois family advocate says she's stunned by the approval of what she believes is the first homosexual-affirming middle school in the U.S.
Home schooling popular with more and more Americans
The president of the National Home Education Research Institute says the state of home schooling in the U.S. remains strong.
Homosexuals immune to Mass. budget cuts
A pro-family advocate says budget cuts are coming for Massachusetts schools, but programs aimed at promoting homosexuality need not worry.
Home-school protections in Idaho's plans
Idaho lawmakers will be considering a bill in 2009 that will give home schoolers legal protection.
Valuing 'the wonder of life' inside the classroom
A nonprofit organization is helping teachers advance the pro-life cause in the classroom.
TX schools debate evolution, academic freedom
A vote is looming in Texas that will decide the fate of academic freedom in the Lone Star State.
Tim Tebow - a credit to home schoolers
A home-school legal advocate is singing the praises of college football star Tim Tebow.
Freedom reigns in Louisiana classrooms
A pro-family advocate is pleased that the Louisiana Department of Education has voted in favor of academic freedom.
'Safe-sex' ed not working - abstinence ed necessary
A pro-family advocate says a recent study on teen births in the U.S. makes the case for more abstinence education.
Online charter schools -- public schools in disguise
A home-school advocate is warning parents about online charter schools.
Optimism voiced re: education reform under Obama
A school-choice activist says Barack Obama's choice of education secretary could be good news.
Schools sex clinics cause 'sexual dysfunction,' 'health crisis'
Great Britain wants sexual health clinics in every secondary school so children can receive services without parental consent.
America's schools should avoid feasting at bailout trough
A senior policy analyst with The Heritage Foundation says the federal government shouldn't be bailing out the public school system.
School-choice program rallies support
A school-choice activist is thrilled at the success of a recent school-choice campaign.
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