The Obama administration is spending precious capital protecting its Safe Schools “czar,” but many believe that loyalty carries more political risk than reward.
Other issues may have taken a backseat to health care this summer, but now that the kids are back in school, parents have another subject on the brain—education.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the appointment of Kevin Jennings to be President Obama’s Safe School Czar.
Heritage Foundation scholars recently received data on the number of police-notified incidents at District of Columbia public schools.
Last year, the Santa Rosa County School District made a deal with the devil, represented by the ACLU, that involved the school district entering into an agreement that prohibited prayer at all school-sponsored events, and an even broader agreement prohibiting all employees from engaging in prayer.
In a shocking example of
anti-religious (and anti-Christian) bias, a New Hampshire judge, Lucinda
V. Sadler, has ordered a home-schooling mother, Brenda Voydatch, to place
her daughter in public school—largely to expose her to “a variety of
points of view” other than the strong Christian beliefs which both mother
and daughter share.
The U.S. Department of Education announced that Barack Obama will become the
first President to address the nation’s schoolchildren next week.
Today’s Washington Post unveiled the District’s plans to test children as young as 12 for sexually transmitted diseases without their parents’ permission.
A group of Virginians who are outraged about the plans to expand a Muslim school may have just gotten the ammunition they need to block the project.
Following the lead of President Barack Obama, the House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday that would allow the District of Columbia to fund abortions. Also following Obama’s wishes, the same bill affirmed the earlier congressional decision to end school vouchers there.