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South Dakota Homeschool Population Growth Fastest in America

The growth is believed to be due to their hands-off approach to governing the practice.

D.C. Council Postpones COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for Schoolchildren

Parents – not legislators – should be in charge of decisions regarding their children’s health.

Gettysburg College Postpones Event for People Tired of ‘White Cis Men’

Gettysburg College has postponed a painting and writing event hosted by its Gender Sexuality and Resource Center for people who are “Tired of White cis men.”

Supreme Court Considers Ending Affirmative Action

"I guess I don’t put much stock in that, because I’ve heard similar arguments for segregation," said Justice Clarence Thomas about race-based admissions improving education.

It Looks Like the Republican Wave Is Coming In

When you look around at the political scene, less than a week from the 2022 midterm elections, what do you see?

Suspect Identified in Arizona Dem Gubernatorial Candidate Katie Hobbs’ Burglary Is an Illegal Immigrant

The suspect involved in a break-in at Arizona Gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobb's office was identified as an illegal immigrant wanted by ICE.

Nation’s Report Card Scores Show Keeping Schools Open the Right Decision: Gov. DeSantis

The 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) rankings indicate that Florida students are “well ahead of their peers, especially with younger and educationally...

‘Things That We Have Never Seen Before’: Pollsters Tell Hannity Black and Hispanic Voters Are Moving to GOP in Droves

Two pollsters told Fox News host Sean Hannity Friday night that black and Hispanic voters are moving to the GOP droves, particularly in Pennsylvania and Georgia.

Florida Ranks First on National ‘Education Freedom Report Card’

Parents not only have a right to choose where children learn but what they learn, according to the 2022 Education Freedom Report Card of The Heritage Foundation, a conservative public policy organization.

Cell Phone Bans in Public Schools Are Trending Nationwide

Seven years ago, the former New York City Schools Chancellor said the city’s decision to lift a ban on cell phones in schools was “common sense.”

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