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California Orders All Teachers To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

California Orders All Teachers To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California is the first state in the nation to require all teachers to get the COVID-19 vaccine as classrooms open for the fall semester. Gov. Gavin Newsom called it a “meaningful first step” in keeping teachers and students safe. “To give parents confidence that their […]

Parents Sue LA Schools To Allow Children To Resume In-Person Learning

Parents Sue LA Schools To Allow Children To Resume In-Person Learning

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California parents are waiting to hear from a federal court on a lawsuit they filed to allow all California children to resume in-person instruction immediately without restrictions. The parents are seeking injunctive relief to bar the Los Angeles Unified School District from implementing restrictive measures […]

2 Educators Fired For Opposing Transgender Advocacy In Schools

2 Educators Fired For Opposing Transgender Advocacy In Schools

By Bob Unruh Officials in the Grants Pass, Oregon, school district have dismissed two teachers who had developed, with the knowledge and approval of school officials, a plan to address the developing transgender demands in public schools that would protect teacher, parent and student rights. Fox San Antonio confirmed North Middle School assistant principal Rachel Damiano and […]

CDC Recommends Schools Open Fully Immediately, Says Vaccinated Teachers And Students Don’t Need Masks

CDC Recommends Schools Open Fully Immediately, Says Vaccinated Teachers And Students Don’t Need Masks

ANDERS HAGSTROM WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT   Schools in the U.S. should fully reopen to in-person learning in the fall and allow vaccinated teachers and students to not wear masks, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Friday. CDC Director Rochelle Walensky stated in February that schools could safely reopen for in-person learning even if teachers […]

Commentary | Republicans don’t seem capable of Education Reform

Commentary | Republicans don’t seem capable of Education Reform

Editorial By Dan Reynolds There are Republicans who cannot even remotely consider ideas that will bring reform to education. Some Republicans will not work with anybody who the Republican Political operatives have falsely accused people of Communist or Socialist. These people are in fact pushing for changes that will end common core, end CRT theory, and end […]

Coming to a School Near You? Critical Race Theory Aims at America’s Foundations

Coming to a School Near You? Critical Race Theory Aims at America’s Foundations

By Katherine Strange, The Conejo Guardian  An emphasis on defining America’s history in terms of “social justice,” and Critical Race Theory (CRT) in particular, is popping up in our local public schools. For instance, the capstone assignment in a current ninth-grade English course at Newbury Park High School is aimed squarely at “an in-depth exploration […]

Parents warned, again, that indoctrination coming for your kids

Parents warned, again, that indoctrination coming for your kids

Billy Davis, Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com). America’s public school students are the soon-to-be target of a grant program from the U.S. Dept of Education that plans to introduce children to the Marxism-inspired Critical Race Theory and the debunked 1619 Project, and a knowledgeable critic of both is asking parents when enough is enough. According to an exclusive […]

Relaxed School Distancing Rules are Another Sign of Progress

Relaxed School Distancing Rules are Another Sign of Progress

In a new sign of progress in the battle against the coronavirus, health officials have reduced the minimum required distance between students in a classroom from six feet to three feet. The change came quickly after the CDC announced the new three foot guidelines last Friday. The California Department of Public Health, which sets the […]

Deal reached to get California children back in classrooms

Deal reached to get California children back in classrooms

By The Associated Press Most public school classes have not been held in-person since March of last year because of the coronavirus. SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California’s public schools could tap into $6.6 billion from the Legislature if they return to in-person instruction by the end of March, according to a new agreement announced Monday between Gov. […]

Should My School Be Open?: Looking at Alternative Benchmarks for Reopening Schools

Should My School Be Open?: Looking at Alternative Benchmarks for Reopening Schools

By Brandon Ristoff CLICK HERE to see the which benchmarks your county has passed. It has now been over a month since Governor Newsom introduced his Safe Schools for All plan, which would have allowed schools to reopen soon. How has the school reopening situation changed since then? Newsom’s plan did not receive the necessary legislative approval by February […]