Education

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Oversexed education

Oversexed education

By Mary Jackson
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Lifestyle | Parental reaction spurs school district to pull controversial health text—at least for now

Legislative guardian

By J.C. Derrick
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Congress | Meet Daniel Webster, the nonradical advocate for a radical step

A tale of two colleges

By Sophia Lee & Angela Lu
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Higher Education | Two Christian colleges, both founded in 1906, both about the same size, have gone in different directions

Course reversal

Course reversal

By Marvin Olasky
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Biography | A short story, a grand canyon, and a 180-degree turn to the realization that not a college falls to earth apart from the will of our heavenly Father

Teaching American values

By Cal Thomas
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Education | After some hand-wringing over British citizens who have chosen to fight with ISIS, Prime Minister David Cameron said he thinks one reason for the defection is…

Another school denies a Christian student

By La Shawn Barber
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Religious Liberty | Several years ago, Julea Ward was a graduate student in the counseling program at Eastern Michigan University. Students had the option of referring clients to…

Why are low-income students more likely to skip school?

By Laura Edghill
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Education | While the classic ’80s film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off glamorized the act of truancy as an upper-class suburban prank, the hard truth is that it’s anything…

Pro-life college students fight for free speech

By Courtney Crandell
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Religious Liberty | A pro-life student group at the University of South Alabama (USA) has filed suit against the public college for limiting its First Amendment rights. The…

Sis-boom-blah: More college students blowing off football games

By Laura Edghill
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Sports | The most enthusiastic fans at college football games are often the students themselves, sporting colorful team apparel, painted faces, and uninhibited school…

Education group wants Moses mentions cut from new Texas textbooks

By Emily Scheie
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Education | The fight over Texas textbooks is back again, and this time, criticism of proposed social studies books touch on religious topics from Moses to Muslims and…

Why Christian education

Why Christian education

By Jim Drexler
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Education | Training and nurturing covenant children while preparing them for ‘works of service’

Web Reads: Can a little knowledge be a dangerous thing?

Web Reads: Can a little knowledge be a dangerous thing?

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Painful histories. The personal genome-mapping company 23andMe markets itself to family history enthusiasts, promising to “bring your family to life.” But…

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