public schools

Dumping More Money into Public Schools Won’t Create Better Education

Daniel Mitchell, CNS News

So perhaps the problem is the way the money is getting spent, not the amount. We need to break up government school monopolies and harness the power of the market by giving parents and students genuine school choice. For what it’s worth, there’s strong evidence that choice produces good outcomes in the limited instances where it is allowed in the United States.

The Mental Dismemberment of Children: Part Two

In November, 1992, following the election of Bill Clinton, Marc Tucker, president of the National Center for Education and the Economy (NCEE) wrote an 18-page letter to Hillary Clinton. He excitedly outlined the opportunity the Clintons now had to “remold the entire American system…” Today, the proposal Tucker made to Hillary Clinton that fateful day is now completely in place.

The Mental Dismemberment of Children: Part One

Tom DeWeese channels Any Rand and Victor Hugo in this searing indictment of how the liberal establishment has created a dictatorial federal education system that has been transformed from teaching basic academics into one that focuses on controlling and remolding children’s minds.

Obama To Issue Public School Transgender Decree Today

Caleb Howe, RedState

Bypassing the people, and the states, and the courts, President Obama is once again exercising executive authority to enforce his will and a leftist vision on America. Not under threat of law, but threat of cut funding. The President will issue a “decree” ordering all public schools in the country to allow “transgender students” to use the bathroom and locker room of their choice.

Tennessee Parents Battle Cultural Jihad: Arrogant Bureaucrats & Islam Join Forces

Hundreds of parents from across the county and the state of Tennessee gathered October 20 at a town hall meeting in Sparta, Tennessee sponsored by White County Citizens Against Islamic Indoctrination, “to continue efforts to inform and engage the community about the pro-Islamic textbooks and materials being forced upon teachers and students by the White County School Board.” Read on to learn more about their fight against the forced Islamization of America's public school students.

Schools Appease Muslims, Remove Christian, Jewish Calendar References

Andrea Noble, Washington Times

The Montgomery County Board of Education voted to strip the names of Christian and Jewish holidays from its school calendar amid complaints from the parents of Muslim children seeking recognition for Islamic holidays. 

Ebola and Enterovirus: More American Blood On Obama’s Hands

Information about the public health threat caused by the Obama open borders policy is slowly leaking out.  And it is leaking out because the Obama administration can no longer cover-up the body count, especially among children.

Satanists to Distribute Religious Materials in FL Public Schools

Jessica Chasmar, Washington Times

The Satanic Temple has announced that it will provide pamphlets on Satanism to students in Orange County, Florida, in response to a school board decision that allows for religious materials to be disseminated in public schools.

Illegal Alien Disaster Awaiting Your School District

Obama's open borders policy could cause a disaster when school starts. Local officials are not being told how many illegal alien children are being released in their school districts. No one knows whether these children have had any immunizations, how old they are, or how long they will stay.

Dad Arrested for Protesting Sex Book

Jerome R. Corsi, WND

William Baer, whose ninth-grade daughter was assigned the book “Nineteen Minutes,” was arrested at a NH school board meeting after he protested the district’s failure to notify parents that the book contained graphic descriptions of “rough sex” between teens.

Common Core-Opposed Teachers' Jobs Threatened

Victor Skinner, EAG News

Miss.'s Petal School District Superintendent John Buchanan’s comments to teachers at a recent district meeting was a thinly veiled threat for anyone who disagreed with Common Core, said State Sen. Michael Watson.