Education

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Prison education cuts recidivism, but who should pay for it?

By Wayne Stender
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Corrections | In absence of state funding, private donors are stepping in to support a movement by Cornell University to educate prison inmates and cut recidivism. Since…

At home among the foreign yet familiar

By Angela Lu
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Taiwan | A twentysomething Taiwanese-American returns to her mother’s homeland

From gay parents to prom dates, faith-based schools face LGBT dilemmas

From gay parents to prom dates, faith-based schools face LGBT dilemmas

By Wayne Stender
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Education | In the months since the Supreme Court decided same-sex marriage should be legal throughout the United States, faith-based high schools have entered a new…

Faith-based schools confront Common Core challenges

By Wayne Stender
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Education | As new national standards bleed into college readiness exams, many faith-based schools are aligning curriculum with Common Core standards. The changes are…

New study: Fundamentals more important than tech in the classroom

By David Vogel
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Education | Greater access to information technology does little to help students and may even undermine their performance, according to a new global study. 

A real head start

By Joy Pullmann
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Education | Preschool may not be the best way for young children to learn

Toronto students go on strike over mandatory sex-ed

By Kiley Crossland
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Education | A student strike against a new Ontario-wide mandatory sex education curriculum cut a Toronto school’s attendance in half on the first day of classes last…

Pastor defends baptisms on high-school football field

By Sarah Padbury
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Religious Liberty | A Georgia high school football coach is in hot water after organizing a baptism service on the field last month. A YouTube video of the service garnered…

‘Like David fighting against Goliath’

By Katlyn Babyak
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Ministry | Christian school in Chile teaches students with Down syndrome to say, yes we can

Washington state high court strikes down charter school law

By Kiley Crossland
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Education | The Washington Supreme Court struck down the state’s charter school law as unconstitutional late last week, leaving in limbo nearly 1,200 students currently…

Is there life after politics?

By Russ Pulliam
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Higher Education | Mitch Daniels has successfully moved from the political arena to the presidency of Purdue University

Motions for defense

By J.C. Derrick
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Higher Education | Christian higher ed braces for the post- Obergefell world

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