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Education comes home in China

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Chinese parents concerned with structure in government schools are starting a new but fast-growing trend in Chinese education. About 2,000 Chinese parents now…

New scientific study proves we are fearfully and wonderfully made

New scientific study proves we are fearfully and wonderfully made

By Elise Grafe
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Science | Babies in the womb are capable of learning words as well as recognizing distinct sounds, according to new research, emphasizing the complexity and wonder of…

U.S. envoy to ask North Korea for missionary's freedom

By Elise Grafe
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North Korea | The U.S. government has agreed to send a senior envoy to North Korea to appeal for American Christian Kenneth Bae’s freedom. Imprisoned in November by the…

Illinois abandons abstinence-only education

By Elise Grafe
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Education | Almost nine out of 10 Republican parents support abstinence education. And three-quarters of Democrats feel the same, according to a national survey released…

Home runs worth waiting for

By Elise Grafe
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Sports | Eight-year-old Niko Lanzarotta is an avid baseball fan and player. And at a Cleveland Indians game Saturday night, he got to see a baseball dream come true,

Obama gets an ‘F’ for higher ed reform proposals

By Elise Grafe
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Education | President Barack Obama started a bus tour through the Northeast on Thursday to announce a new package of proposed higher education reforms. Following up on…

Fighting back

By Mary Jackson, Elise Grafe, Angela Lu, Daniel James Devine & Samantha Gilman
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Back to School | Christian public school teachers go to court, and scientists quietly advance intelligent design

Troubling trends

Troubling trends

By Elise Grafe, Angela Lu, Casey Luskin & Leigh Jones
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Back to School | Some public schools continue their slide into transgender politics, Darwinian groupthink, and hostility to Christianity

Sub-standardized testing

Sub-standardized testing

By Elise Grafe
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Education | American high school students lost ground this year on the ACT standardized test, according to results released Wednesday. High school seniors taking the ACT…

Soul surfer weds soul mate

By Elise Grafe
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Newsworthy | Bethany Hamilton, famous for continuing her competitive surfing career after losing an arm in a shark attack 10 years ago, started a new journey this weekend.

Driverless cars shift into overdrive

By Elise Grafe
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Technology | Carnegie Melon University (CMU) in Pittsburg has taken the lead in the race to develop completely driverless cars. Working with General Motors (GM), engineers…

Market-driven infertility

Market-driven infertility

By Elise Grafe
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Culture | Use of medical infertility treatments in the United States doubled in the last decade. The common explanation for the increase claims these treatments go…

 
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