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The curious case of the Catholic school

The curious case of the Catholic school

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Education | I had nuns for 12 years of formal education (followed by priests for four years of college). The habit of the Canadian-based religious order included long…

Navigating public school as a Christian parent

By Mary Reichard
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Public Schools | Advice for parents who don’t want public education to erode their students’ faith and values

The battle over ‘the facts’ in textbooks

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Education | For years, the state of Texas has exercised an outsized influence on school textbooks—not without controversy, of course. In 2010, the Texas Board of…

Happy birthday, culture war!

By Marvin Olasky
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Media | The 90th anniversary of the Scopes “Monkey Trial”

Obama administration to subsidize internet access for poor families

Obama administration to subsidize internet access for poor families

By Jae Wasson
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Technology | Low-income families who can’t afford internet access at home will get subsidized access from the government under a program President Barack Obama unveiled…

Colorado high court strikes down school choice program

By Laura Edghill
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Education | Scholarship students in a large, suburban Colorado school district are in limbo after the state’s Supreme Court ruled their program unconstitutional. 

Called to Chuuk

By Susan Olasky
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Education | “My goal is to go back and be an encouragement and serve them. Basically to serve them.” Tisaleen Hernist, 25, is from the generation some see as…

Marva Collins did it her way

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Education | In the 1980s, Marva Collins was a shining light in the education firmament. Her pioneering methods became a full-length movie. Her Chicago inner-city school,

Court shoots down Kansas’ latest answer to school-funding crisis

By Laura Edghill
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Education | A district court panel in Kansas ruled Friday that critical components of the state’s new block-grant school funding law violate the state’s constitution.

Archimedes was right

By Joel Belz
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Education | How many states will follow Nevada’s bold education example?

Expectations too great?

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | Stephen Curry seems exactly like the kind of guy a kid could look up to. He exhibits faith and character and he values his family. His team, the Golden State…

Student wins battle with school over right to preach on campus

By Sarah Padbury
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Religious Liberty | About a month before graduation, a federal judge in Washington state gave one high school senior an early present—victory over school administrators who…

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