Back to School

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Losing a beachhead

Losing a beachhead

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Rob Koons, a University of Texas at Austin philosophy professor and a Christian, poured six years into development of a UT Program in Western Civilization and…

Flu season that never stopped

Flu season that never stopped

By Daniel James Devine
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Back to School | Swine flu's summer deaths have schools taking fall precautions

Numbers crunch

Numbers crunch

By Alisa Harris
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Back to School | The rise of charter schools plus attacks on voucher programs equals difficult times for many faith-based urban schools

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

How then shall we educate?

How then shall we educate?

By Amy Henry
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Back to School | If they had not already made their choices, last month was decision time for parents throughout the United States: Public, private, or Christian schools?

Mysticism for kids

Mysticism for kids

By Lynn Vincent
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Back to School | Religion is making its way into the public schools-in the form of Transcendental Meditation and Kabbalah

Making the grade?

Making the grade?

By Lynn Vincent
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Back to School | Barack Obama and John McCain try to convince Americans that their vastly different education proposals would pass instead of fail

Technological edge

Technological edge

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Online learning could become a powerful tool for homeschoolers

Charter course

Charter course

By Lynn Vincent
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Back to School | How to turn around a gang-infested inner-city school? It isn't easy, but a small, aggressive group of teachers and parents can make it happen

Don't Google me!

Don't Google me!

By Lynn Vincent
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Back to School | It can bring professional havoc to social workers and students stifled by leftist academics and identity politics

Subtract and divide

Subtract and divide

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Schools ignore what's good about America and focus instead on keeping Americans from coming together as a people

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