When it comes to banning the advertising of food in public schools, the First Amendment apparently doesn't apply.
What is in your child’s school textbooks? Given, as Abraham Lincoln said, that “the philosophy of the classroom today will be the philosophy of government tomorrow,” today is a good time to find out.
The National Education Association, the nation's largest teachers union and ardent supporter of the Common Core academic standards, has now called the nationwide implementation of the standards "completely botched."
While some have pointed to tragedies like that of Sandy Hook and Aurora as reasons to disarm the populace, others recognize those moments as further reason to honor the Second Amendment.
The deeply controversial nationalized education scheme known as “Common Core,” pushed by the Obama administration and billionaire Bill Gates, is under major pressure in the establishment-stronghold state of New York.
Philadelphia's public school system has joined several other big-city school systems, such as those in Atlanta, Detroit and Washington, D.C., in widespread teacher-led cheating on standardized academic achievement tests.
A group called Students Matter is suing California schools for not providing an adequate public education; unions are fighting back.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has proposed an after-school dinner program in Camden’s schools and an expanded school schedule statewide.
Someone summarized Barack Obama in three words — "educated," "smart" and "ignorant." Unfortunately, those same three words would describe all too many of the people who come out of our most prestigious colleges and universities today.
A link on a New York state Common Core resources web page sends kids to sexually explicitly questionnaires.