Pence urges Evangelicals to match 'motivated' Left
An annual weekend gathering of evangelical activists concluded with a rallying cry, and a warning, from Vice President Mike Pence.
It has now been three years since the Mississippi Legislature approved the establishment of education scholarship accounts (ESAs), however, the program does not appear to be truly taking effect.
With the Trump administration’s adoption of the United States Senate's definition of anti-Semitism, Jewish students and student supporters of Israel will be better able to fight discrimination.
An unexpected group is being recruited to combat human trafficking, as they relate to the peer group that is most impacted.
The Texas Board of Education voted on Friday that it will continue to administer its high school social studies requirement teaching students that “Arab rejection of the State of Israel has led to ongoing conflict.”
Some math students at a Pennsylvania university were frustrated to discover that instead of learning about "sets, logic, and probability," they were getting an earful of the prof's political leanings.
The persistence of a small group of parents in a Colorado school district has paid off – and now the children in their schools won't stumble across graphic sexual content in their school curriculum.
A pediatrician agrees with California lawmakers that students don't get enough sleep but stops short of mandating a law to make it so.
While the secretary of education has made it clear that she will not stand in the way of funding to arm public school teachers, a career school safety professional says there's a better approach.
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