After passing an Obama-backed education bill that undermines parental rights and state and local control over schools under the guise of making every student “succeed,” Congress is plotting its next unconstitutional “education” scheme: a bill to fund psychological testing and profiling of your child, and the data-mining to go with it. Under the scheme, which already sailed through the U.S. Senate late last year, schools would vacuum up huge amounts of data on students, including information on their “social and emotional learning,” attitudes, values, beliefs, and more.
The latest edition of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NEAP), also known as the “Nation’s Report Card,” released on April 27, indicated that only 37 percent of American high-school seniors were academically prepared for college-level math and reading in 2015.
In a half-baked effort to placate an outraged citizenry, Missouri officials claimed to be “replacing” Common Core with supposedly “new” standards allegedly developed with local input. In the real world, however, the dumbed-down, Obama-backed national “education” standards were preserved largely intact, just under a new name, following what participants called a “farce” process. The federally decreed testing regime and data-gathering schemes will continue, too. Critics and those involved in the process were outraged by the “un-American” scheming. They vowed to keep fighting, saying it was time to “clip the wings” of the state education bureaucracy.
Christian institutions of higher learning are in the crosshairs of the secular Left for following their beliefs.
Justice was being called for as thousands of Americans across the nation joined together to protest the scandalous actions of Planned Parenthood.
Rappers YG and Nipsey Hussle are riding a wave of critical acclaim for their recently released anti-Trump duet. If the song’s title — "F**k Donald Trump" — is offensive, the lyrics are incendiary. In the span of less than three and a half minutes, the song contains at least nine threats of physical violence against Trump, with two of those being unveiled death threats.
Sports network ESPN from firied game analyst Curt Schilling for speaking out against allowing men to use women's restrooms.
Little could be more valuable in the digital age than to have at least a basic knowledge of how to protect one's data. Sadly, colleges are not teaching those skills to students. The result is that many of today’s young people are not as tech-savvy as they may think. And their lack of knowledge is dangerous to them and the institutions where they work and go to school.