Does it make sense to suspend a first grader who inadvertently brought a toy gun to school and then turned it in to his teacher when he discovered his mistake?

The latest nationwide public opinion data on Common Core represents another devastating blow to proponents of the national standards.

Maine's Bowdoin College, a prestigious college in Maine, is the latest higher education institution to target a Christian campus group for refusing to cave in to an “anti-discrimination” policy that would force the group to allow homosexuals and others with non-Christian behaviors and beliefs to serve in leadership positions.

The agenda of the liberal reformers is to reform, not to replace, or to eliminate public schools that are doing a very poor job of teaching our children.

Many view America's education as a failure, but in at least one important way, it's been a success — a success in dumbing down the nation so that we fall easy prey to charlatans, hustlers and quacks.

While academics often speak reverently about the “marketplace of ideas,” it seems that many educational institutions opt for a controlled economy of expression.

The government of the U.K. has issued regulations prohibiting the teaching of creationism as on par with evolution, even in religious academies.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal issued executive orders aiming to remove the Obama administration-pushed Common Core education standards from the state’s government schools, drawing widespread applause from teachers, parents, taxpayers, and activists across the political spectrum.

According to The Institute for College Access & Success, seven out of 10 2012 college graduates incur student loan debt.

A high school senior in California is being hailed for declaring his faith during a graduation speech — despite warnings from school officials.

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