A joint project by the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Psychological Association (APA) is giving parents 16,000 new reasons to question the agenda of national teachers’ union leaders.
Articles By: Tony Perkins
Stanford University has raised the bar for financial aid by lowering tuition barriers even further.
Never underestimate the power of some good, old-fashioned grassroots outrage!
Last week, a federal appeals court refused to uphold the parental and religious rights of two Massachusetts couples—
David and Tonia Parker and Rob and Robin Wirthlin—
whose young children were exposed to books that promoted homosexual “marriage” in their elementary school.
In the nine months since ESPN blew the whistle on pro-abortion policies in the NCAA, the Division I Management Council has been forced to do some soul-searching.
Researchers at the University of California San Francisco and spokesmen for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are scrambling to explain away the findings of a recent medical journal article on a drug-resistant strain of bacteria known as MRSA.
Thanks to a new tuition policy at Yale, prospective students will be indebted to the institution—but this time with gratitude.
The National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine have mounted yet another attack on the scientific theory of intelligent design, publishing an 89-page book titled Science, Evolution, and Creationism.
Arguably the most devastating anti-family bill ever passed in California, SB 777 requires all curricula–even that of private schools–to treat homosexuality and heterosexuality “equally.”
Academics have finally found a reason to support the tradition of marriage: Saving the environment.