The uproar over the insertion of Common Core Standards into the U.S. education system has been heard from coast to coast.
Americans across the political spectrum are becoming increasingly outraged by the swarms of heavily armed federal bureaucracies, many with SWAT teams and military weapons, breaking down doors and terrorizing citizens to enforce unconstitutional regulations on everything from food and drugs to the environment and education.
New York's mayor, Bill de Blasio, like so many others who call themselves "progressive," is gung-ho to solve social problems.
With more than 50,000 Unaccompanied Children (UACs) having been apprehended at the U.S. border since October, school distracts across America are bracing for an unmanageable wave of these children flooding into their schools in upcoming weeks.
Since its launch just three years ago, FreedomProject Education, a home education option for liberty-minded families, has exploded in popularity.
Bye-bye, brownies. Thanks to new federal guidelines — and state inaction — the school bake sale may soon be a thing of the past.
The United Nations is facing tough criticism and allegations of major misconduct after caches of rockets were found hidden at a UN-run school in Gaza before reportedly being handed to terrorists, sparking a global scandal that threatens to further undermine the credibility of the dictator-dominated world body.
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.