Individuals entrusted with saving lives are being taught to consider “identity, power and privilege” when assessing patients.
Higher education is driving the effort to bring radical leftism to K-12 schools.
A reckoning is coming in public schools in the wake of conservative parental rights victories.
The Court’s decision could modify or outright ban racial preferences in higher education admissions, also known as “affirmative action.”
According to a new report, more than 1,600 book titles were banned nationally during the last school year through the work of advocacy organizations.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s new policies grant more parental oversight, urging schools to “respect parents’ values and beliefs” and “defer” to them for decision-making regarding their children.
New data from the federal government confirm a severe consequence of COVID lockdowns: a reversal of two decades of learning progress in American schoolchildren.
Parents across the country aren’t just fighting to change public education; many are leaving it entirely.
A little competition may encourage public schools to get their acts together.
School facilitators were taught that “heterosexual and cisgender privilege” is directly correlated with racism, classism, and heterosexism.
The various laws the Governor passed fiercely condemn left-wing ideology and prohibit progressive teachings on race, LGBT issues, and more.
Most swing state voters want to remove progressive talking points from public education.