During a White House press briefing last Thursday, President Donald Trump laid out his vision for the reopening of public schools in America following the coronavirus lockdowns.
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If you didn’t know the context, you’d think you were attending a Bernie Sanders rally when Kaitlin Curtice addressed Baylor University’s chapel service last month.
The University of Louisville in Kentucky is barring an unnamed Christian student who passed out literature about the Bible’s teachings on homosexuality from having any more contact with students or a professor associated with an LGBT studies course.
When pastors at a church in Ohio presented a challenge to pay off children’s lunch debt in two school districts, they weren't sure what would happen. They were shocked when the congregation gave enough money to eliminate lunch debt in 10 districts.
A group of 14 parents from eight families have filed a lawsuit against a Wisconsin school district over its policy requiring teachers to call students by their preferred names and pronouns.
As we make numerous and weighty decisions, the unrelenting question is, “What makes Christian higher education truly Christian?”
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a case centered on whether religious schools in Montana can qualify for a state tax credit on scholarships.
I fell asleep during the SAT. My energy was running low by the second section of the test. I rarely had enough to eat back then and didn’t eat breakfast that day.