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College Campus Protests Are a Byproduct of K-12 Education

Tent encampments, violent protests, and defiant students are taking over the campuses of many of America’s most prestigious higher education institutions. In some cases, Jewish students have been forced to leave mid-semester, classes have been canceled or moved to remote only, and buildings have been barricaded by pro-Palestinian protesters. Read More ›
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Bored and discouraged student
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Uniform Schools Yield Uniformly Poor Results

Parents who have two or more children know how totally different children can be. Even with the same two parents, living in the same house, eating the same food, and having very similar learning experiences, children will still turn out to be different in personality, interests, and even appearance. So why would we stick with an education system that treats all children alike? Read More ›
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Schoolboy solving a problem on a blackboard.
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Could Singapore Math Be a Fix for U.S. Mathematics Education?

Over the past couple of decades, Singapore has consistently outranked international competition in mathematics. Meanwhile, the United States is sadly below average in mathematics, which is a critical area of education that drives success in STEM careers. Read More ›
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Alabama State Capitol in Montgomery at Night
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Alabama Governor Ivey’s Top Legislative Priority Is Advancing Educational Freedom

In the State of the State Address recently, Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced, “passing an education savings account bill that works for families and for Alabama is my number one legislative priority.” Read More ›
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A child runs underneath the rainbow flag in Portland, Maine during the Pride Parade

Schools Are Stealing Parental Rights & Causing Irreversible Harm to Children

Parents can lose custody if they fail to affirm their child’s desire for gender transition and try to prevent puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and surgeries aimed at making the child appear as the opposite sex. Read More ›
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Washington State Ferry Olympic Mountains Edmonds
Washington State Ferry Olympic Mountains Edmonds

Misguided Mandate Will Cost Washington State

Get vaccinated or get fired. This was the ultimatum issued by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee in August that took effect on October 18, impacting thousands of the state’s public servants and community heroes — doctors, nurses, firefighters, police officers, schoolteachers, and beyond. Read More ›
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School books on desk
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It’s Time to Rethink School

A society is measured by the degree to which it loves, nurtures, and educates its children. Today, we are failing at all three. It's time to rethink school. Read More ›