They expect nothing but the best from their students, view parents as mutual (and equal) partners
Another reason to homeschool?
Hooray for sunbuns?
Nearly three years ago Americans celebrated a First Amendment victory—now, the U.S. 2nd Court of Appeals reversed the decision, allowing New York City to ban religious groups from holding services in school buildings.
Classes will now be "heterogeneously grouped."
A seventh grade teacher’s candid email The Washington Post has shed some light on our country’s tragic education system, in which schools are refusing to punish students for bad behavior.
Despite Christmas cards being removed, the Jesus figure from the Air Force Base nativity scene being booted and the attempt to ban the very word "Christmas" from a Texas winter party, it seems the vast majority of Americans are still in full support of celebrating the religious holiday.
In the olden days, a big problem in public schools was that students didn’t have adequate access to books and textbooks. Now, it seems, something else entirely is holding them back: far too many classrooms in the United States don’t have access to…the Internet?
Sen. Baldwin: First Amendment Applies To Institutions of Faith, ‘But I Don’t Think It Extends Far Beyond That’ | Matt Vespa
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