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Why I’m Driving my Kids from Pasadena to Orange to go to School

Why I’m Driving my Kids from Pasadena to Orange to go to School

By California Policy Center By Michael Davis This school year, my family will be joining the throng of Southern Californians making long commutes, but for us it will be for the sake of our children’s education. We live in Pasadena, but our kids will be going to Orange County Classical Academy, a new charter school in […]

Schools Will Consider Reopening Dates as Ventura County Coronavirus Status Improves

Schools Will Consider Reopening Dates as Ventura County Coronavirus Status Improves

Today, Ventura County moved off the most restrictive tier of the state’s COVID-19 watch list, which means schools could soon have the option of reopening for in-person instruction at all grade levels. If Ventura County maintains its status for two additional weeks, schools may choose to reopen as early as Wednesday, October 21. However, it […]

California Parents ‘Strike’ by Logging Their Kids Off Zoom Classes

California Parents ‘Strike’ by Logging Their Kids Off Zoom Classes

BY JACK BRADLEY A Zoom “strike,” in which parents withdrew their children from distance-learning, swept across California the week of Sept. 28 to Oct. 2. It called for in-person classes to fully resume, as many schools across the state continue distance-learning or only short periods of in-person teaching. Joseph Chang of Kern County was one of […]

California Teacher Threatens to Kick Student out of Virtual Class Over Pro-Trump Flag

California Teacher Threatens to Kick Student out of Virtual Class Over Pro-Trump Flag

BY GQ PAN A high school student in Colusa, California, said his teacher threatened to remove him from a virtual classroom for displaying a “Trump 2020” flag pinned to his bedroom wall. The student’s mother told CBS Sacramento that her 16-year-old son was attending an online class for Colusa High School from his bedroom where the pro-Trump flag is displayed on the […]

COVID vs. flu study demolishes left’s school narrative

COVID vs. flu study demolishes left’s school narrative

Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com) . Dismantling the fearmongering COVID-19 narrative pushed by the left to keep kids out of school – and promote an extended nationwide lockdown – a new study comparing the coronavirus to the common flu reveals that “there were no statistically significant differences” between the two when it comes to children. Research conducted […]

Why Real History Must be Taught

Why Real History Must be Taught

    By Don Jans It can be called nothing but ignorance and stupidity. Ignorance is lack of knowledge or information. Stupidity is behavior that shows a lack of good sense or judgment. So many on the left are saying that President Trump will end our democracy. We were never intended to be a democracy. […]

Abolishing History From the Classroom Is What Got Us Into This Mess

Abolishing History From the Classroom Is What Got Us Into This Mess

BY ANNIE HOLMQUIST History’s time in the classroom has come and gone. At least, that seems to be the view of an Illinois state representative. According to NBC, Rep. La Shawn Ford of Chicago claims that the citizens of Illinois have been subjected to “miseducation” in their history curriculum, and as such, he demands “immediate action by removing current history books […]

California Cancels School

California Cancels School

    By Larry Sand Declaring that there will be no in-person instruction this fall, Governor Gavin Newsom puts teachers’ union interests over those of children and families. On July 8, the California Teachers Association (CTA), the most powerful public-sector union in the Golden State, issued a statement asserting that, due to coronavirus concerns, state schools […]

Back to School? ‘No Thanks’ Say Millions of New Homeschooling Parents

Back to School? ‘No Thanks’ Say Millions of New Homeschooling Parents

  BY KERRY MCDONALD Next month marks the beginning of the 2020/2021 academic year in several US states, and pressure is mounting to reopen schools even as the COVID-19 pandemic persists. Florida, for example, is now considered the nation’s No. 1 hot spot for the virus; yet on July 6, the state’s education commissioner issued an executive […]

School Surprises 7-Year-Old With a Photo of Her Life-Saving Service Dog in the Yearbook

School Surprises 7-Year-Old With a Photo of Her Life-Saving Service Dog in the Yearbook

BY LOUISE BEVAN A Kentucky elementary school surprised a 7-year-old student and her mom by including a portrait of the student’s service dog, Ariel, beside her young owner in the kindergarten yearbook. (Courtesy of Heather DeVore Lange) St. Patrick Catholic School in Louisville, Kentucky, student Hadley Jo Lange suffers from epilepsy, a neurological disorder that causes seizures. Hadley Jo’s service […]

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