Islam is in and Christianity is out, the Founding Fathers are just “dead white guys,” and “D**n the Second Amendment." These are just a few of the starting statements made in an undercover video by a Common Core insider.
A case before the Supreme Court will decide whether teachers who are non-union members should have to pay "agency fees" to the union. Interestingly, the case could also strike a blow for religious liberty.
The authors of a new college "white privilege" initiative make a startling tacit admission: They want to see the "dismantling" of Western Civilization.
Parents, beware — Big Brother is coming for your kids. Buried deep inside the mammoth “bipartisan” so-called “education” legislation approved last month, dubbed the “Every Student Succeeds Act” (ESSA), is a radical expansion of what the statute refers to as “full-service community schools.” The controversial institutions, more accurately described as parental replacement centers, seek to oversee every aspect of your child's life, ranging from their “mental health” and “well being” to nutrition and dentistry.
Parents of a five-year old “transgender” child are asking the school’s kindergarten class to take up the task of educating students on gender dysphoria, the condition of identifying as a sex that is opposite of one’s biological makeup. The request has prompted opposition from a number of parents, while several others have voiced their support.
The University of Missouri is beginning to pay a price for its promotion of radical causes. Football recruits are going elsewhere, and student enrollment is down.
A comparison of the readability of George Washington's first State of the Union address and the same effort by Barack Obama reveals the union's reduced educational standards.
Under-reported by the mainstream media are the dozens, if not hundreds, of schools offering gun training for those with concealed carry permits.
A majority of the Missouri State Legislature has moved to protect freedom of the press on the campus of the University of Missouri, leading some liberals to claim that the lawmakers are "meddling."
The American people went to the polls in massive numbers to vote in Republican congressional candidates over the last few elections — but it was all for nothing, the GOP's latest betrayal of the Constitution and its constituents showed. As if to rub it in, Obama's Education secretary, Arne Duncan, has been gloating about how the administration literally conspired with Republican leadership to pass a 1,061-page education bill that for the first time codifies Obama's radical education agenda — including the almost universally loathed Common Core standards and much more — into federal “law.”
A bill to be debated this year in Maine purports to block the enforcement of the Common Core standards.