Fresh concerns about Beijing's influence on the American education system were raised during a Congressional hearing on Tuesday.
While Democratic governors are making bold moves to ensure students in our states have the tools they need to be successful in and outside of the classroom, our colleagues on the other side of the aisle are focused on divisive culture wars that do nothing to address the real problems our country is facing.
Governor Josh Shapiro will abandon his controversial school choice plan in an effort to get members of his party to vote his overdue state budget through.
How America teaches, incentivizes and rewards student performance is about to become the biggest education battle in America.
A new law allowing for universal school vouchers in Florida could become part of a potential presidential platform for the Republican governor.
The students were protesting the education bill which Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders signed into law on Wednesday.
"Teachers want to teach with autonomy and authenticity, and so they want to be able to teach real and true factual history," Karla Hernández said on Sunday.
Former Surgeon General Jerome Adams questioned why parents are allowed to make vaccination decisions but not decisions related to which courses their kids take.
A local public school board has voted to remove books from libraries deemed sexually explicit, including famous works by Margaret Atwood and Stephen King.
It would be easy to dismiss all of this as woke gobbledygook. But this nonsense is gaining a foothold in child welfare agencies across the country.
Federal lawmakers must agree on the importance of preschool education.
Conservative states looking to ban transgender athletes from women's sports are prepared to sue over proposed anti-discrimination measures.
Los Angeles Unified School District officials confirmed that an external attack was carried out sometime on Monday and is believed to be criminal in nature.
A Florida district is freezing book donations and purchases in order to comply with new legislation that requires a review of all reading materials.
COVID-19 has changed so much about our country—how we work, how we travel, and how we educate.
Days after the Uvalde school shooting at Robb Elementary School, Texas, insensitive and fictitious narratives have emerged online targeting the victims.
Most left-wing commentators claim that the widespread backlash against CRT from parents is a hoax perpetrated by right-wing propagandists.
The mounting hysteria over a purported plague of "book banning" stems in part from the common confusion between government sponsorship and government censorship.
It was once assumed in the United States that parents, not the state, have the primary role in raising children. But not according to President Joe Biden.
If the Left continues to ignore the righteous concerns of parents, the school budget realities and political consequences will only get worse.
Will schools notify and defer to parents before treating children as if they are the opposite sex?
The books under scrutiny largely focus on topics like sexual orientation, race and gender identity.
In the fall, nearly 75 percent of the nation's top 500 districts required masks in schools. This week, that figure has fallen more than 25 percent.
The withdrawal was replaced by another amendment that would provide protections that the original text prohibited.
Eight in 10 superintendents say that navigating politically divisive conversations is the most challenging part of their job today.
Real progressives who care about real change for our community should throw their weight behind school choice.
Parents have said the complicated process for accessing testing and other programs have deterred some families from even trying to access the programs.
While some parents don't think the agreement went far enough, others are organizing to prevent the deal's guaranteed masking from being enforced.