8 hrs ago
Power to the Parents: The Fight for Home-School Rights
Editor's note: For TheBlaze Magazine 's June cover story, Assistant Editor Sharon Ambrose dug into the history and success of - and Progressive attacks on - home-schooling. What she found was, despite a history of proven great accomplishment in the home-education movement, the Left continues to wage war on home-schoolers. And these attacks aren't ... (more)
10 hrs ago
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Whitmore Charter High in Ceres wins honor
In a meeting room, teens, teachers and parents huddle in small clusters around a long U-shaped table.
14 hrs ago
Johnston: Ask former 'customers' how to improve public schools
The recent Athens Banner-Herald story headlined "A Day in the Life of a Homeschooler" prompts me to call for those who wish to improve education in our public schools to take heed of the concepts emphasized in that story.
Wed May 22, 2013
School choice fails in S.C. Senate
A state economic advisory board estimated how many students would take advantage of tax deductions in state Sen.
KTIV-TV Sioux City
Rep. Jorgenson says Iowa lawmakers have tentative education deal
Republican Rep. Ron Jorgenson of Sioux City says Iowa legislators have a tentative education policy deal that would provide additional school funding.
Former US Secretary of Education Asks: Is College Worth It?
With the cost of higher education skyrocketing, student loan debt growing, and youth unemployment persistently high, a former United States Secretary of Education asks "Is College Worth It?" In Is College Worth It?: A Former United States Secretary of Education and a Liberal Arts Graduate Expose the Broken Promise of Higher Education, William J.
Measure won't infringe on rights
When I decided to home-school my son, I knew it would have tremendous benefits and immeasurable impact on the person he would become.
James Q. Lynch wrote a new blog post: Iowa House leader confident...
A key legislative leader on education reform is "very optimistic" a conference committee working out differences between lawmakers and the governor will reach consensus today.
Tue May 21, 2013
Home schooling: An option being discussed
Dr Goiria has produced a thesis in which she analyses the juridical situation of home schooling, a social reality that lacks legal regulation in the Spanish State.
Mon May 20, 2013
Opinion Staff wrote a new blog post: Not a deal-breaker for larger reform
Two weeks after the legislative session initially was to conclude, legislators reconvened this week in the hopes of reaching an agreement on a few key issues.
Fri May 17, 2013
Marshall County Tribune-Courier
FBLA wins award of $5,000 for Marcella's Kitchen
Marcella's Kitchen will be receiving $5,000 in its coffers thanks to an award from the Lead to Feed Program, and the efforts of a home-school chapter of the Future Business leaders of America.
PHS Graduation Rate Continue to Increase
Graduation rates from high schools all across the state of Indiana rose some 2 percentage points topping off at 88.6 percent for the 2011-2012 school year.
German Home Schoolers Denied Asylum
Uwe Romeike works with Lydia, Josua and Christian during their home schooling session in the dining room of their home in Morristown, Tenn., on April 2, 2009.
Holy Angels Academy Reaffirms Decision to Close
The Holy Angels Board of Trustees and The Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart said that despite the "considerable effort and enthusiasm" to try and find a solution, the all-girls private school will be closing at the end of the year as announced two weeks ago.
Thu May 16, 2013
Robert Morrison: Presidential Preference: The Romeikes and Imam Rauf
President Obama is suffering the not untypical reality of Second Term blues, or blahs.
Jacksonville Daily News
Homeschool Fair to be held
A growing interest in home-schooling has kept an annual event offered by the Onslow County Public Library a popular one.
Wed May 15, 2013
Govt backs down on schools
Bowing to public uproar and opposition from civic groups and critics of a policy to close small-sized government schools, the Education Ministry has agreed to set up a joint committee, which would include representatives from civic organisations, to look into the issue.
Bombings kill at least 9 in Iraq
A federal appeals court has denied asylum to a Christian family that fled Germany because that country does not allow home schooling.
Home schooling on the rise in Virginia
Amy Wilson says she didn't choose home schooling; her son did. "My son chose home schooling when he was about 3. I didn't realize that's what was happening at the time.
Syria rebels attack Aleppo prison; Internet back
Attorney General Eric Holder is facing what is likely to be aggressive questioning by the Republican-led House Judiciary Committee on topics ranging from the Justice Department's gathering of phone records at... The leaders of a House panel told Attorney General Eric Holder on Wednesday that they had serious concerns about the Justice Department's ... (more)