Kentucky School District Complies With Mandatory 'In God We Trust' Displays With Framed Dollar Bills
Lexington, Fayette County Public Schools have come up with a creative way to push back against a new law requiring all public schools to prominently display the text "In God We Trust."
You might be surprised at the region of the country that is least segregated.
America’s schools are more segregated now than they were in 1968.
The Todd Becker Foundation is praying with your kids in their schools.
DeVos was greeted with catcalls of jeers and derision.
An old John Birch line with a twist.
Teachers went on strike to fight for classroom conditions, funding, and the future of those they teach.
The explosion in the number of needy children in the nation’s public classrooms is a recent phenomenon that has been gaining attention.
The side of the aisle obsessed with state's rights now wants the federal government to intervene with public schools. Didn't they want to get rid of the Department of Education?
No nurses, few textbooks, closed libraries: Money to urban schools is being starved, intentionally. It's just wrong, and budget cuts and education "reform" are to blame.
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