Students and faculty at American University call for "minority only" spaces, but aren't such spaces antithetical to the university's goals of inclusion and diversity?
KATOWICE, POLAND — After being brainwashed in a government school to believe that human activities were causing dangerous global warming, Greta Thunberg, an autistic Swedish teenager, is being exploited and paraded around by the United Nations as the poster child of the “youth climate movement.”
As the ravages of anti-Christian government indoctrination sweep across America, even some of the top Christian colleges are wavering and falling to the extremism.
A university “whiteness forum” claims that that the VeggieTales cartoon and the NFL are “racist” and that white female Trump supporters advance white supremacy.
A recent survey found that young Americans are unaware of American history and lack basic belief in key principles of American political philosophy.
During the final year of the Obama administration, U.S Secretary of Education John King took a nasty swipe at homeschoolers in what more than a few analysts viewed as the potential start of an attempted crackdown on educational liberty. By contrast, this month, the U.S. Department of Education used its official blog to highlight a successful Christian homeschooling family that thinks everyone should know their options.
After sparking a national outcry, the government school in Florida that was persecuting a male middle-school teacher for refusing to watch a young girl shower naked is doubling down.
A teacher turned whistleblower at a government school in the United Kingdom warned that vulnerable children — most of whom have autism and other mental disorders — were being “tricked” and “brainwashed” into believing they are the wrong sex by school officials.
Instructors at a British university have been told not to use the words “do” and “don’t” and not to write words in all capital letters because doing so could frighten students into not completing assignments.