It is clear that Democrats believe there is nothing they can do that would get most American parents to take their kids out of public schools where leftists flagrantly hurt children.
Their local school board denied these parents’ application to open a classical school in their mountain town. These parents would not take no for an answer.
These events at the beginning of a new school year indicate one thing: the educational establishment in this country is losing its grip on power and running scared.
Parents fighting critical race theory are making a fundamentally flawed assumption: That the government entities to which they appeal are responsive to them.
Teachers’ unions prevent low-income parents from having the same choices as well-to-do parents, which is the true systemic problem in our education system.
My kids attend one of the highest-rated public school systems in Pennsylvania. I may not be sending them back because of critical race theory.
Three families assert that Maine’s policy egregiously disregards their First Amendment rights to the free exercise of religion.
‘In 2018, the charter classes in those buildings were five times more likely to have a majority of students pass a standardized English test. On math, they were seven times more likely.’
Officials will have to show which they value: the growing demand by families for education choice, or teachers’ unions’ persistent political clout.
While many adults believe U.S. public schools keep religion out of the classroom, that era ended with their childhoods, says two-time U.S. Attorney General William Barr.
Since public schools are spectacularly successful leftist recruitment centers, weakening public attachment to them through lockdowns was a dangerous move for Democrats.
In a Fox News town hall, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said his state has kept its students in-person and that kids should not be forced to wear masks.
Ben Domenech said on Fox News Thursday the new obsession with race in K-12 education threatens to undermine the constitutional prohibition on government establishing religion.
Teachers union president Randi Weingarten channels Marx calling Jews ‘privileged’ members of the ‘ownership class’ to justify the harm she’s doing to children.
Until parents have a choice, they can expect to see more sanctimonious superintendents lecturing parents and employees about institutional racism and more teachers unions refusing to work.
For a state that couldn’t pass a modest measure on Education Savings Accounts just two years ago, it’s a breathtaking turnaround. What changed?
George Soros has pushed the left’s agenda by investing in small elections, and now leftist groups are using his strategy to infiltrate public education.
Given the rebound in tax revenues across much of the country, conservative states should take the opportunity to tell Washington: ‘You can keep your bailouts, and we’ll keep our control.’
On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Nathan Leamer explains how his family rejected the online school status quo that so many have fallen into the last year.
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