Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Tuesday, August 30, 2022
Thursday, August 25, 2022
"I am not championing a cause against anything other than the dissemination of pornographic materials to children," the parent says.
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
"Private school choice programs’ success depends partly on the supply of private schools," a new paper reminds us.
Friday, August 19, 2022
"The findings of the multiple regression analyses indicate that homeschoolers exhibit a higher level of creative thinking and higher social competencies than traditional learners."
KJRH has the story.
Friday, August 5, 2022
“A high school teacher who’s established himself as an ally for LGBTQ+ students said he’ll refuse to comply with the [transgender bathroom] law if he’s required to monitor bathroom use by his administrators,” Ari Fife reports.
Putnam City North High School teacher and Gender and Sexuality Alliance faculty advisor Aaron Baker said he’s seen most of his trans students opt to use private bathrooms in his three years at the school. Still, he acknowledged that this method of bathroom use isn’t ideal for those students. Baker said if there aren’t legal repercussions for doing so, he plans to refuse to report students to administrators, even if classmates claim they’re breaking the law. While he said he’s unsure whether it will be possible, he hopes that teachers, parents, and students at his school can come to an agreement that refusing to comply with the law is the right thing to do. “As a building and as a student organization, we’re seeing more success than ever before,” Baker said, citing a $10,000 grant from the It Gets Better Project that the school recently received to expand the reach of its Gender and Sexuality Alliance. “So we have big, big plans ahead regardless of what the legislature is planning on our behalf.”
Wednesday, August 3, 2022
Monday, August 1, 2022
"Unless the parent constantly checks their child’s iPad or Chromebook," UnWokable asks, "how would they know if their child checked out a pornographic book during the school day on their school device?"