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  • March 18, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    Ole Miss 'bias incident team' labeled as problematic

    'Freedom of Speech' sign held upThe Mississippi House of Representatives has passed legislation that will help ensure free speech on the state's college and university campuses is preserved. The measure has now gone to the State Senate.

  • March 17, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    Prof still fighting school's demand to call he a 'she'

    Gender pronoun chart (trans website)Despite a judge's ruling against him, a university professor insists his First Amendment rights are being violated if he is forced to state what he doesn’t believe.

  • March 17, 2020
    Bob Kellogg, Billy Davis

    No need to panic, parents, over homeschooling

    homeschooling teensHundreds of schools across the United States have shuttered their doors during the outbreak of the coronavirus, and now parents have suddenly been thrust into a new role that their friends and neighbors have been accustomed to for some time: homeschooling.

  • March 17, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    'Threat assessment' protocol not mindful of special needs

    police lights flashingAn incident at an elementary school in Pennsylvania involving an elementary student with Down syndrome pointed her finger like a gun at her teacher appears to be another case of good intentions causing problems.

  • March 16, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    Attorney: A lost opportunity to discuss hats and hate

    MAGA hat (Trump)A constitutional lawyer says a Virginia public school failed a real-life test on free speech rights.

  • March 13, 2020
    Charlie Butts

    Peach State putting parents in charge

    sex educationGeorgia parents will find their voices are heard on school materials if a particular bill makes it into law.

  • March 12, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    Ascend not surprised that sex-ed isn't working

    abstinence teens holding handsA nonprofit dedicated to encouraging students to abstain from sex until marriage says a new study reaffirms that sex education programs are not that effective.

  • March 09, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    Drag queens draw a crowd & a protest at TAMU

    'DRAGgieland' at TAMUA commentator on education policy is blaming the Obama administration for the increased acceptance of drag queen events in public venues. In a recent case, Texas A&M University hosted such an event to a sold-out crowd last month.

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