Florida state Representative Debbie Mayfield has prefiled a memorial that would return control of education to the state.
We've heard of students getting suspended for drawing a picture of a gun. Now the same paranoid mentality is being applied to a university president.
A Brooklyn school principal has banned all references to Santa Claus, removed the Pledge of Allegiance, replaced Thanksgiving with “Harvest festival,” and renamed all holiday parties as “winter celebrations.”
What do parents do to educate their child when she needs intensive physical care that public schools can’t handle? Go online, of course.
Finally, a college president publicly condemns the effort by university students to shut down freedom of speech on the campus.
A long-dead dead white male might have explained today's academic intolerance. To wit: "Liberal institutions cease to be liberal as soon as they are attained: later on, there are no worse and no more thorough injurers of freedom than liberal institutions."
The federal government's schools for American Indians are among the worst in the nation despite ongoing reform attempts, proving that federal involvement in education is a bad idea.
Education activists and conservatives are outraged about the latest GOP surrender to Obama. After voters elected Republican majorities in both houses of Congress to stop the Obama administration, the GOP establishment is again preparing to stab its base in the back, this time on education.
Establishment Republicans in Congress are quietly plotting their next massive surrender to the Obama administration, a “bipartisan” education bill that solidifies federal control of schools and keeps Common Core while entrenching a dizzying array of unconstitutional “education” schemes.