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Feb 29 2024
The sorry history of anti-miscegenation and forced sterilization laws in the U.S. provides ample evidence that preemptive government interference in the reproductive decisions of its citizens should be strongly rejected. In a free society, the default should be that individuals are best situated for weighing the costs and benefits, moral and material, with respect to how, when, with whom, andReason
Jul 03 2022
Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Law Will Force Teachers to Take LGBT Propaganda Out of Classrooms
The Parental Rights in Education law will force teachers to remove blatant LGBT propaganda from their classrooms as the law is set to take effect Friday.
According to reports, Orange County Public Schools (OCPS) announced it will “impose strict restrictions on classroom behavior” in order to abide by the Parental Rights in Education law. The law itself, which left-wing critics grosslyBreitbart News
Feb 08 2024
Two of the state’s top educators were surprised with the Milken Educator award for their outstanding educator skills and received $25 thousand dollars. The recipients are Slidell teacher Kelly Ryan and Destrehan teacher Lauren Waguespack. Ryan says she could have never prepared herself for such an award. “I was thinking about all of these other veteran teachers. I’ve been here for so long andLouisiana Radio Network
Feb 29 2024
NORFOLK, VA (WTKR)- Mike Jones led Old Dominion to success as a player during his college career. Now he'll try to do the same for the program as its head coach. Multiple sources confirmed to News 3 on Thursday that Jones will be hired as the Monarchs' next head coach. A press conference to introduce him will take place Friday morning at 10:45 in Chartway Arena's Big Blue Room. Kevin SwannWTKR 3
Nov 07 2023
Education takes center stage in Virginia election that could be litmus test for 2024: 'Parents are in charge'
Virginia voters are gearing up for a day at the polls Tuesday as the general election for control of the state legislature becomes the first major bellwether of the 2024 election. Education ranks at the top of the list for many parents in the Old Dominion State, particularly on the heels of Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin's longstanding calls for transparency and preservation of parental rightsFox News (Online News)
Feb 24 2024
BOISE (IdahoEdNews.Org) — Lawmakers should take “appropriate legal action” against the proposed University of Phoenix acquisition, an attorney for the Legislature said Thursday. In a 10-page letter to the Legislature, made public Friday, legislative legal counsel Elizabeth Bowen says the State Board of Education has no power to acquire Phoenix, and move the for-profit online school under theEast Idaho News
Dec 28 2023
A federal judge in Idaho issued a block on a state law that would ban gender transitions for children before it was set to go into effect Jan. 1. The law, which made it a felony to transition children medically, was struck down by District Judge B. Lynn Winmill, an appointee of President Bill Clinton, who claimed parents have the right to transition their children. PROGRESS REPORT: HERE'S HOWWashington Examiner
May 19 2023
A Democratic lawmaker in New Hampshire has attracted some negative attention for telling a voter to "shut up" about a proposal that would give parents greater say over their child's public school education. On Thursday, the New Hampshire Journal reported that state Representative Tommy Hoyt received an email from a voter earlier in the week urging him to support an unamended version ofNewsweek
Feb 12 2024
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — On a rainy Monday night, most teachers are going over the Tuesday lesson plan. But a group of several dozen teachers, parents, and advocates were at the state capital to push lawmakers for funding; holding blue glow sticks for the Blueprint, the extensive education reform which became law in 2021. "It's crucial that our children get the best education," said Ruth Travis, aWMAR 2
Mar 01 2024
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin has approved an education amendment for the November ballot, its first step in appearing before voters. The ballot proposal had been submitted to the AG’s office four times under the popular name Arkansas Educational Rights Amendment of 2024. Each time the submission was rejected for its language. On Friday, the most recent proposalKARK