All good things come to an end, they say. Unfortunately for abstinence education, that time is now.
United States Rep. Doug Lanborn, R-Colo., has introduced a bill to deny federal funding to public schools which distribute the “morning after” abortion pill.
At Philadelphia’s School of the Future (SOF), textbooks have been replaced with laptops and high schoolers are taught core curriculum through technology-based programs like YouTube and instant messenger.
At Mission Viejo High School in California, the biggest bully in class was the one leading it. James Corbett, a teacher with over 20 years experience in Capistrano, refused to keep his hostility toward religion a secret.
One of the few places that President Obama has shown a stingy side is by cutting programs for teens that have made a meaningful impact on public health.
If you’re looking for a fun way to introduce more Scripture into your child’s life, why not enroll them in the first-ever National Bible Bee?
In Washington State, parents who homeschool their children may finally get the privacy they deserve to educate their kids as they see fit.
The annual “Day of Silence,” sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN), will be promoted today in many public schools.
What became of the Obama promise of transparency?
The District of Columbia School Choice Incentive Act was signed by President Bush in January, 2004, allocating $14 million for the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP). A University of Arkansas report reviews OSP successes and limitations.