Education

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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…

Incurring the wrath of the easily offended

By Cal Thomas
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Education | My high school colors were green and white. At graduation the boys wore green robes and the girls wore white. No one considered the girls inferior because of…

Nevada students can take state funds to any school they want

By Laura Edghill
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Education | School choice advocates in Nevada gained a sweeping victory last week when the governor signed a law releasing state funding for K-12 students directly to…

Schools seek protection for marriage views

By J.C. Derrick
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Religious Liberty | Faith-based organizations worry dire consequences could follow the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage ruling

Chilean teachers declare indefinite protests over education reforms

By Katlyn Babyak
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Chile | On Monday, teachers and education students rallied and marched down the streets of Santiago, Chile, and other major cities. The Teachers’ College, the…

College Board offers new SAT prep material for free

College Board offers new SAT prep material for free

By Evan Wilt
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Education | The SAT is fighting to keep its market share by offering free preparation materials and a sizeable overhaul to the test’s format next year.  But the…

Study: Cellphones in schools hurt low-performing students

By Michael Cochrane
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Technology | Teenagers depend on their cellphones for keeping up with friends and trends on social media. But should they be allowed to have them in school? Some schools…

Midday Roundup: Hastert indicted for cover-up of still-secret scandal

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Paid off. A federal grand jury has indicted former House Speaker Dennis Hastert for paying someone $3.5 million in hush money over “prior misconduct.” The…

Destructive instruction

Destructive instruction

By Joel Belz
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Education | Which type of school produced the participants in recent violent outbreaks?

No way out

No way out

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Common Core | Common core is pushing a deeply flawed teaching model on all American students

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