Using a combination of taxpayer-funded bribes and soft coercion, the Obama administration is building massive Common Core-linked databases and quietly vacuuming up gargantuan amounts of private information on American school children, a new study by education experts revealed.
Our society’s attack upon competition is intensifying, and it breeds some truly ridiculous policies.
A Manchester, N.H., history teacher said earlier this week he helped write the Common Core standards so that minority students could have the same opportunity to learn to read as he had as a privileged "white male."
Federal Judge Mark W. Bennett (of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa) issued an order on May 21 that halts enforcement of the Obama administration’s HHS mandate against two Christian colleges — Dordt College in Iowa and Cornerstone University in Michigan.
The University of Notre Dame has denied official recognition to a student club that supports traditional marriage.
Critics say the controversial “Next Generation Science Standards” being rolled out in multiple states represent an attempt to indoctrinate future generations.
New video of "Common Core: Dangers and Threats to American Liberty and Education" presentation.
A conscientious father in Nevada received shocking news when he asked to see the permanent records of his four children from state education officials: He was told that his request would cost $10,194.
Those who are whipping up the lynch mob mentality have shown far less interest in stopping rape than in politicizing it.
It began as a quiet plot by at least one North Dakota education official to personally attack and defame an expert on Common Core, Dr. Duke Pesta, who was set to give public speeches and briefings to lawmakers exposing the dangers of the Obama administration-pushed nationalization of schooling. The plan, however, backfired — big time.