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Restrictive home school legislation up for vote
New Hampshire lawmakers are set to vote on a bill that one attorney has described as "the most anti-home school legislation ever conceived" in that state.
Sour notes - 'homophobia' and music ed
The Illinois Family Institute is weighing in on an intriguing article that appeared in the December issue of the Music Educators Journal.
Vote delayed on home school legislation
A crucial vote on restrictive home-school regulations in the Granite State has been postponed.
Home-schooling 'threat' turned away
Home schoolers in New Hampshire have "responded to the threat" posed by legislation that would have placed new, heavy restrictions on those who prefer to educate their own children.
America's Christian roots - a myth?
The Texas State Board of Education is making tough decisions on textbooks that will be used for the next ten years -- textbooks that will be used by many other states.
Texas board pushes social studies vote to Friday
The Texas State Board of Education has pushed to Friday a tentative vote on new standards for teaching social studies and other lessons after hours of sometimes contentious debate.
Religious references restored to textbooks
Christians have gained ground in the battle against eliminating religious references from textbooks under consideration by the Texas Board of Education.
Hip-hop part of Texas debate on history textbooks
Texas' board of education tackled high school history Friday, debating hip-hop and deciding how McCarthyism and immigration would be taught under new standards for teaching social studies that could affect students nationwide.
Texas doesn't take the bait
Texas Republican Governor Rick Perry is being praised for refusing to adopt national curriculum standards and testing for public schools.
Texas Board defers vote on school curriculum changes
Texas' board of education has put on hold its consideration of new social studies curriculum standards that could affect students nationwide.
Home-schooling arrest in NY
A New York couple has been arrested for failing to report they were home schooling.
New study shows merits of abstinence education
A new study gives proponents of abstinence education ammunition in the struggle to receive federal funding for abstinence-centered education.
Guidelines approved for teaching Bible in public high schools
Tennessee's state Board of Education has approved guidelines on how to teach the Bible in public high schools despite concern that the curriculum could be challenged in court.
History textbook 'standards' a concern
Education leaders in Texas are continuing to assess critical changes in the social studies curriculum that could determine what goes into textbooks on a national level.
Texas forfeits 'Race to the Top'
A member of the Texas Board of Education says the entire 15-member board and Governor Rick Perry refused to accept federal funding for President Obama's "Race to the Top" education program because it will weaken curriculum standards in Texas.
College prof cited for 'anti-gay bias'
The American Civil Liberties Union has accused a professor in California of presenting religious views about homosexuality and abortion in an introductory health class.
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