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Anti-bullying campaign - avenue for advocacy
A pro-family group in Minnesota is concerned that more school districts across the state could soon expand their anti-bullying policies to specify sexual orientation.
Tibetan monks studying science in Atlanta
Some of the newest students at Emory University in Atlanta -- home to a Methodist seminary and school of theology -- are Tibetan monks sent by the Dalai Lama to learn science.
An advocate for abstinence says the sex-education curricula in most schools could be the reason that teens who said they were abstinent actually tested positive for a sexually transmitted disease.
Methodist schools abandoning Christian heritage
A Christian-affiliated university has a surprising connection with the Dalai Lama, and one lifelong Methodist says the school is bypassing a "wonderful opportunity."
'Eye-opening' project for home schoolers
More than 10,000 home-school families have teamed up with a literature-based home-schooling company to raise more than $300,000 for Children's Bible Clubs in India.
'Subjective' definition should be revised
A backer of abstinence education says the government is funding a message that attempts to redefine the meaning of "abstinence."
Stats show definite climb in home schooling
A newly released study estimates that more than two million U.S. children were home schooled in 2010.
Hezbollah supporter to head new dept. of study
A California pro-Israel group is warning that a liberal arts school in the state is promoting anti-Semitism on its campus.
Home schooling results from offensive reading material
Social and political commentator Peter Heck says a New Hampshire couple was right to pull their son out of public school after his high school assigned him to read a book they deemed offensive to their Christian faith.
'School choice' observance coming up
Organizers for the first-ever "National School Choice Week" are hoping to spotlight the need for effective educational options for every child in America.
Vandy dumps 'abortion' pledge
Vanderbilt University has been forced to abandon an abortion pledge for nursing students -- after Alliance Defense Fund attorneys challenged the policy.
Study: Choice saves money, enhances graduation rates
School choice supporters in Wisconsin are applauding a new study showing that students in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program are more likely to receive diplomas than are students who attend the city's public schools.
Campaign regards students' religious rights
Two Christian organizations are teaming up to help provide information regarding religious freedom in schools for parents and students.
Researcher: School choice should be open to all
School choice is becoming an increasingly popular discussion among politicians as state legislative sessions convene.
Money can't buy smarts
An education analyst isn't surprised with research in a new book revealing that many students in higher education are actually learning very little.
Advice to school district: Don't be bullied
A school board in Georgia is set to vote on whether to continue using a church for high school graduation ceremonies.
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