Education is a state, not a federal, issue. State schools teach history, and 9/11 is part of history. How are California educators handling this demanding task?
Monthly Archives For September 2006
An elementary school is appealing a decision by federal Judge Catherine Perry, who issued a preliminary injunction barring the school from allowing the distribution of Bibles under an equal access rule.
The Catholic League is upset about the play, “The Pope and the Witch” that is scheduled to open in March at the University of Minnesota.
Accuracy in Media intern, Matt Hickman shares the story of one professor who taught his opinions, rather than the facts.
The Catholic League has examined a number of history textbooks used in Californa to see how Catholicism is treated and taught.
Johns Hopkins is mostly known as a staid old Baltimore institution famous for the breakthroughs of its medical researchers but the university’s alumni magazine shows a campus that is more new age than old guard.
For more than a half a century, The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It has been a widely used textbook in both college and high school advanced placement courses. For about the same time period, it has been misleading students everywhere.
The Catholic League points out the problem with accusing Jews of having dual loyalties.
Do you wonder where the homosexual orientation at the local high, middle or grade school is coming from? Kline find an answer to that question.
The Catholic League weighs in on whether would-be presidents should speak at Bob Jones University.