While six states have announced their intent to refuse federal funding for abstinence-only education, a new Zogby poll points to just how out of touch those state leaders are with the people they serve.
Articles By: Tony Perkins
Recently, 12 students in Vancouver, Washington were suspended for gathering to pray in their cafeteria before school began.
Try as they might to smother the pro-family message, school officials across the country had a difficult time silencing the 7,000 students in 49 states who participated in the Alliance Defense Fund’s (ADF) “Day of Truth” last week.
For many of us, the bloody horrors at Virginia Tech served as a sudden and painful reminder that we live in a fallen world where man is capable of unthinkable evil.
After years of fighting funding for abstinence education, liberal groups are heralding a new research study on several abstinence programs.
A Texas legislator, Rep. Warren Chisum (R), has introduced a bill that would require schools to offer history and literacy classes on the Bible.
While Time magazine recommends putting the Bible back in classrooms, a Florida principal refuses to allow it even near the school.
There’s no telling how far universities will go far with their research.
The Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development found that putting a child in day care for a year or more increases the chances that the child will become disruptive in class–a trend that persists through the sixth grade.
Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland (D) announced that he wants to end state funding for abstinence education, a move that would eliminate about a half million dollars’ worth of positive programs.