After Donald Trump announced he would nominate Michigan education activist Betsy DeVos to be his secretary of education, Randi Weingarten, president of American Federation of Teachers, writes to warn Americans that such a move threatens the “collective promise” made by all of us to “take and teach every child seeking an education.”
A group of professors and students at the University of Virginia have published a letter criticizing the school's president for quoting Thomas Jefferson.
Two Trump supporters at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, may be facing expulsion because they dared to celebrate Trump’s victory in the presence of Hillary Clinton supporters.
Activists have taken to the streets to protest the elected Republican candidate, Donald Trump, in exhibits that can only be described as temper tantrums, many of which have become violent. But rather than repudiate the behavior of these protesters and dispute any contention that the election was anything but fair (let’s pretend for a moment that the mainstream media was unbiased in its campaign coverage), North Carolina State University officials have bought into the notion that its students were somehow wronged by the election outcome, and have provided them with “comfort” foods and safe spaces.
With the public schools becoming increasingly hostile to conservative values and the Christian faith, more and more parents are choosing to homeschool.
A teacher in a Norman, Oklahoma, high school tells his philosophy class that all whites are racist. Such statements serve the cause of those who desire more government and less liberty.
The latest update to the Common Core education standards mandates that students may “answer mathematics problems by responding with whatever their feelings are telling them at the time.”