A tax-funded school in Atlanta, Georgia, announced that students would no longer recite the Pledge of Allegiance each morning. Instead, the school said students would be expected to recite the “Wolf Pack Chant” that will “focus on students’ civic responsibility to,” among other things, “our global society,” officials said.
“Years ago you knew who the bad girls were,” a woman close to me once noted. “Now you know who the good girls are.” For this we can thank the virtue destroyers, and they’ve just struck again, pressuring a Texas school into removing from a wall a quotation encouraging girls to be ladies.
School districts across the country are arming their teachers and staff in an effort to avoid becoming the scene of the next armed atrocity.
Former President Obama's Education Secretary Arne Duncan said President Trump wants American children to be ignorant because he has authoritarian tendencies. Seriously.
Under the guise of “security,” government schools are squandering millions of taxpayer dollars to become even more like prisons.
Lawmakers in Illinois, apparently unashamed as their state implodes into insolvency, are working on a bill that would fix ... the supposed lack of enough homosexual and transgender history? Yes, really.
The far-left American Association of University Professors (AAUP), which styles itself the “leading organization primarily dedicated to protecting the academic freedom of professors,” has launched a campaign to fight against free speech on college campuses. Seriously.
Effective this month, Indiana parents have a powerful tool allowing them to “veto” the sexualization, perversion, confusion, and indoctrination of their children.
In a half-baked column that was apparently meant to be a defense of government schools, Washington (Com) Post “education” columnist Valerie Strauss wondered why non-government education was not being blamed for the “mess” that she believes President Donald Trump has inflicted on America.
Policymakers at the radical left-wing nuthouse known as the University of Minnesota are considering a new policy that would force everyone — professors and students — to use the “preferred pronouns” of individuals claiming to be confused about their gender.