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2012 (By Year)

    • 03, 2012
      A Texas school district has refunded hundreds of dollars to Child Evangelism Fellowship because the higher fees charged the club violated its First Amendment rights.
    • 03, 2012
      A Wisconsin teacher targeted by union members for supporting education reform has decided to fight back.
    • 03, 2012
      A movement being pushed by a teachers union in California reportedly seeks to eliminate "male-female distinctions" in an effort to remove and free children from what they call "unnecessary stereotypes." It's being called "gender liberation." Story contains results from Thursday's poll
    • 04, 2012
      As a Wisconsin school district considers plans that could base teacher pay hikes on their performance, one pro-family group welcomes the change.
    • 04, 2012
      As the National Education Association, the country's biggest teachers union, continues to lose members and money, one conservative blames the organization's liberal leanings.
    • 05, 2012
      The Family Research Council is concerned most parents are unaware that many health organizations and schools are offering websites and texting services to reach adolescents with information about sex.
    • 05, 2012
      Pennsylvania House Republicans have failed to come up with the needed votes to deliver Governor Tom Corbett the education reform package he was hoping for.
    • 06, 2012
      The ACLU is warning another school district about possible First Amendment violations -- this time in Northwest Missouri. But a Christian legal firm continues to advise schools to stand firm on the Establishment Clause.
    • 06, 2012
      Several states are beginning to realize the advantages of rewarding public school teachers on merit rather than class credits and years served.
    • 09, 2012
      A West Virginia pro-family advocate says homosexual activists have revamped a legislative cyber-bullying bill in a manner that opens the door for pro-homosexual programs in schools.
    • 09, 2012
      A Virginia school district claims third-graders wrote the lyrics to a politically charged song about Occupy Wall Street -- a claim vigorously doubted by an educational watchdog group that is accusing the school of trying to indoctrinate the children. Story contains results from Tuesday's poll
    • 09, 2012
      A university course that studies the "Occupy Wall Street" movement? That's what Columbia University will begin offering next semester -- and those taking the course will be expected to get involved in the movement.
    • 10, 2012
      A distinguished university professor is suing his school, claiming that he is being discriminated against for his views on creation and intelligent design.
    • 11, 2012
      While an advocate for educational freedom says the government is spending too much money on public education, a Colorado judge has ruled that the schools in that state are underfunded by billions of dollars.
    • 11, 2012
      According to one education analyst, California should fulfill the governor's request and stop funneling extra money into pre-kindergarten programs.
    • 11, 2012
      Capitol Resource Institute's Karen England, who is spearheading an initiative to stop California's SB 48, says the state's Department of Education can't be trusted.