Education

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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

Risks and rewards

By June Cheng
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Back to School | Amid limited resources and a hostile government, a Chinese Christian school movement is growing

Philosophical inoculation

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | The best defense for children against bad ideas, says Jay Richards, is measured exposure

Public school @ home

By Daniel James Devine
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Back to School | Online charter schools are growing, with growing pains

New Orleans’ charter school experiment

By Emily Scheie
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Education | Nine years ago this month, Hurricane Katrina swept through New Orleans. Though it brought destruction, it also brought an opportunity for change. In the years…

The WJI alumni association

By Chelsea Kolz Boes
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Media | Two summers ago I was waiting for pizza in a psychedelic Asheville restaurant, where Alice in Wonderland decor festooned the balcony and great paper animals…

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