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Is Common Core losing the public perception test?

By Emily Scheie
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Common Core | The education standards called Common Core have been adopted in more than 40 states, but according to a Phi Delta Kappa (PDK)/Gallup poll released Wednesday,

Opposing views on homeschool regulation

Opposing views on homeschool regulation

By Daniel James Devine
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Back to School | HSLDA responds to policy recommendations from a group advocating for more government oversight

The debate over ‘Homeschool debate’

The debate over ‘Homeschool debate’

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Lots of folks are reacting to WORLD magazine’s story, “Homeschool debate: How to keep a few bad apples from spoiling the bushel,” from our Sept. 6…

Judge nixes North Carolina voucher program as classes start

By Andrew Branch
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Education | A North Carolina judge has ruled the state’s new school voucher program for low-income families unconstitutional, leaving about 1,800 students and their…

You filled my mailbox

You filled my mailbox

By Joel Belz
Posted

WORLD | Now I’d like to fill yours as well!

Lone Star laboratory

By Amy McCullough
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Back to School | Texas is likely the next school choice frontier

A matter of seeing

A matter of seeing

By Marvin Olasky
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Education | Christian schooling is about much more than behavior or information

Good credit

By Emily Scheie
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Back to School | Competency-based programs offer college credentials without the debilitating cost

Groundhog reform day

Groundhog reform day

By Marvin Olasky
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Back to School | Back to school 2014 finds American education in the midst of yet another expensive revolution

Portland public

By Rachel Lynn Aldrich
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Back to School | Seeking the peace of a very liberal city by helping to rejuvenate a deteriorating school

A novel recommendation

By Marvin Olasky
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Books | A dark, but not hopeless, book for students

Uncommon pushback

By Russ Pulliam
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Back to School | With a rebellion growing, Common Core no longer looks inevitable

 
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