It's no secret that I've stepped outside the system in many aspects of my life. I've been fortunate enough to be able to live out my dreams because of the choices I made years ago to extricate myself from the way most folks are living their liv
"Please be aware that the staff at Medina ISD may be armed and will use whatever force is necessary to protect our students," a sign outside the Medina Independent School District northwest of San Antonio now reads.
Maryland schools plan to ban thousands of students from attending class over new mandatory vaccine requirements.
Connor Boyack discusses the problems with federally-funded education in the U.S. Is the U.S government prohibiting teachers and students from truly educating and learning? Find out on this segment of the Liberty Report.
Infowars reporter Millie Weaver meets with Donald Trump's campaign at the Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy which largely serves African-American students.
A Blue Island high school teacher has been disciplined, after trying to force a student to stand for the pledge of allegiance.
Would you choose to build a house on top of an unfinished foundation? Of course not. Why, then, do we rush students through education when they haven't always grasped the basics?
'We will not, at any time, debate the science of climate change'
Sputnik News reports On Monday, a federal judge refused to place an injunction on a new law that allows college students to carry concealed handguns into classrooms, and, in protest, opponents to the new law will strap dildos to their backpacks on th
The nation's young people have been given front-row seats for an unfolding police drama that is rated R for profanity, violence and adult content.
As the fall semester begins, parents, students, taxpayers and donors should be made aware of official college practices that should disgust us all.
Random drug-testing of middle-schoolers -- with penalties -- has become a reality for a school district in New Jersey that already does so with high school students.
Although I do not often agree with Dennis Prager, I must acknowledge that this short essay of his is excellent. Its title is: "Why Do People Still Donate to Universities?" And his answer, if I can put words in his mouth, is, "Don't do it, if
Teachers told to call children 'students' or 'scholars'
From Classrooms to Killing Fields
... teachers to direct parents when to engage in 'silent cheer'
Are Staying There for the RNC. It is being reported that Case Western Reserve University has issued an apology to its students and closed down its campus for a week. Why?
Our forefathers built the education reform movement on a foundation that all reformers shared: We need to hold schools accountable, so they'll give kids the education we want them to get.
Portland Public Schools recently banned anti-global warming material from their schools. Now a university is demanding student allegiance to 'inclusion' and 'diversity' – two key principles found in Sustainable Development and 2030 Agenda.
they wish to remain in public school. (NaturalNews) In a highly controversial, unprecedented motion, members of the Allegheny County Health Department in Pittsburgh, PA, have publicly revealed that they're considering administering a countywide manda
(NaturalNews) In rural Kern County, California, parents have been striving to protect their children from pesticide exposure for decades, and their efforts finally appear to be paying off.
Student loans are incredibly difficult to discharge, even through bankruptcy, this is widely known. However in New Jersey, it appears as though student loans are still expected to be paid, even if someone gets cancer or even dies.
It is well known that Chicago's pension liabilities have completely decimated the city's finances and currently stand at close to $20 billion.
Ok, so I see this big hoopla (deeply flavored with just a hint of rare hoo-ha) about this woman who saw her kid standing on the toilet and the kid tells her she learned it at school.
It seems like every time I get online I see posts about college students advocating for the restriction of free speech on college campuses. From "safe spaces" to Emory students calling to evaluate teachers on their use of "microaggressions,"
A recently released report confirms what Common Core critics have suspected all along: Common Core State Standards do not adequately prepare students for college-level work.