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'Their lives have value'

'Their lives have value'

By Tiffany Owens
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Back to School | A former basketball player takes on the tall task of teaching at-risk kids in Union City, N.J.

Soft sell

Soft sell

By Les Sillars & Alicia Constant
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Back to School | Tax-funded charter schools founded by Turkish Muslims are trying to practice but not preach

No safe havens

No safe havens

By Jerry Bowyer
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Back to School | Economics and finance have not escaped the onslaught of anti-Christian thought

Higher idols

Higher idols

By Les Sillars
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Back to School | Crazy U shows how we value college far too much and far too little

Math - tears = Khan Academy

Math - tears = Khan Academy

By Angela Lu
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Back to School | An increasingly popular online program is teaching children across the country to love a subject they once dreaded

<em>The Cartel</em>

The Cartel

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | The state of New Jersey spends the most money per pupil and has dismal test scores to show for it. The Cartel , an education documentary by journalist Bob…

What money can't buy

What money can't buy

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | Shocking facts underscoring the need for school reform are on display in two education documentaries

Life together

Life together

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | College-level integrated learning for the disabled helps everyone

Failing grade

Failing grade

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | When schools don't succeed, sometimes shuttering them is the only solution

Charlotte Mason's web

Charlotte Mason's web

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | With an emphasis on big ideas, an educational philosopher from the 19th century is becoming popularized in 21st-century America

Social insecurity

Social insecurity

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | Confessions of a homeschool pioneer

Playing favorites?

Playing favorites?

By Emily Belz
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Back to School | The good news: a religious school finally received approval for expansion in Virginia; the bad news: it's a controversial Islamic school

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