Education



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  • February 07, 2019
    Bob Kellogg

    Pro-LGBT curriculum aims to replace parents' role in sex ed

    sex educationDespite the loud vocal opposition at a hearing in Denver, a controversial sex education bill continues to make its way through various committees of the Colorado state government.

  • February 06, 2019
    Bob Kellogg

    Liberal school board stumbles over trans teacher scenario

    "Celebrate Diversity" bannerWith a growing number of public school teachers claiming they are transgender, more and more districts are facing awkward and controversial questions over who deserves "rights" and who does not.

  • February 04, 2019
    Bob Kellogg

    Does pay raise mean tax increase?

    Empty teacher's deskThe teachers' strike in Los Angeles may be over, but some are wondering how much the deal will cost taxpayers.

  • February 01, 2019
    Bob Kellogg

    Another week at schools that's not focused on education

    BLM Week (2019)Black Lives Matter will host its annual "day of action" in thousands of schools across the country next week. But a member of a conservative black leadership group says the event has nothing to do with education.

  • January 31, 2019
    Michael F. Haverluck

    DC school refuses to compete at Karen Pence's school

    Mike Pence and wife wavingA K–8 school in the nation’s capital is refusing to play sports at the Christian school where the wife of Vice President Mike Pence teaches, claiming that its “exclusionary polices” not bowing to the LGBTQ agenda make the students feel “unsafe.”

  • January 30, 2019
    Bob Kellogg

    Teacher ripped for 'doxing' a Covington student

    using Twitter (tweeting)A public school teacher in Colorado Springs has been put on leave after she hurled a libelous tirade aimed at one of the Covington Catholic High School students who has been maligned in the national press.

  • January 29, 2019
    Bob Kellogg

    NC making major changes to standardized testing

    standardized testsStudents, parents and teachers in North Carolina are complaining about an overload of standardized testing, and their voices were heard.

  • January 28, 2019
    Chris Woodward

    MS taxpayers doling out dollars for left-wing 'diversity'

    cash 100-dollar billTwo of Mississippi's largest public universities are spending millions of taxpayers' dollars to maintain a workforce of "diversity" employees, but an analyst says the effort only cheapens the role of a university experience.

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