Need Help With Homeschooling? The 2020 ICHE Conference is Virtual and Free!
By Jonathan Lewis   |   05.19.20
One of the unfortunate side effects of the coronavirus pandemic has been the cancellation of numerous conferences and other events. With the benefits of technology, many of those events have been able to take place online. The full experience may not be the same, but at least we don’t have to miss out completely!
Are You a Reluctant Homeschooler?
By Jonathan Lewis   |   05.13.20
If you were forced into homeschooling by the coronavirus lockdown, you’ve had a steep learning curve. But don’t be too quick to decide you’ll never homeschool voluntarily based on your experience of the past weeks.
Coronavirus Opens Eyes to Homeschooling
By Alex Newman   |   05.06.20
Even before the coronavirus shutdown, the Smith parents were concerned about their young teenage son’s experience at the local public school. In fact, the child begged not to go back. From bullying and indoctrination that led to depression, to godlessness and false propaganda passed off as “education,” to handcuffed teachers who must obey the system amid the chaos, the family was already very worried.
Amid Coronavirus, Movement for Public School Exit Grows
By Alex Newman   |   04.23.20
With coronavirus keeping children home from public schools around the world, a growing coalition of Christians and conservatives is working to make sure that once the crisis is over, millions of children never go back. Instead, the coalition, known as Public School Exit (PSE), hopes to facilitate a massive exodus into the safe sanctuary of homeschooling and high-quality private schools.
Harvard Law Professor Wants to Ban Homeschooling
By Laurie Higgins   |   04.22.20
An article written by freelance writer Erin O’Donnell and published in Harvard Magazine has justifiably gone viral among the diverse homeschooling communities operating in the United States—for the moment the freest nation in the world. The article, titled “The ...
Schooling at Home: Educational Resources for Parents
04.13.20
With much of the nation under “shelter in place” or “stay at home” advisories, most school buildings have closed, some for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. There is a wide disparity among school districts in terms of how individual schools will help parents facilitate learning. American parents find themselves in an unprecedented situation: working from home (if they are so fortunate) while simultaneously serving as school teacher, administrator, and child wrangler.
Ideologically Grooming Kids Through Storytelling
By Laurie Higgins   |   04.07.20
Still don’t believe sexual anarchists are coming for the hearts and minds of the nation’s children? Well, check out this just-released book published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Penguin books, and geared toward children 10 and older: Middle School’s a Drag, You Better Werk Harder!, a book the publishers describe as a “hilarious, heartfelt story,” “full of laughs, sass, and hijinks” that “shows that with a little effort and a lot of love, anything is possible.”
Don’t Enroll Illinois Students Into The Gender Wars
By Oliver Perry   |   03.23.20
The Illinois General Assembly is considering SB 2762, commonly called the “REACH Act.” It requires that public schools provide a “medically accurate” sex education, including “health-positive instruction on diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.”
Female-Impersonating “Teacher” Uses Girls’ Restroom
By Laurie Higgins   |   03.18.20
Mark Vincent Busenbark, a middle-aged man with a cross-dressing alter ego he calls Vica Steel, has been creating intellectual and moral havoc in Frank Allis Elementary School in Madison, Wisconsin for a year. Last school year, Busenbark, a science teacher,...
How Modern Education Has Destroyed the Next Generation’s Soul
03.04.20
Hardly a day goes by that you don’t hear the question: How did we get in this mess?  Where did this lunacy come from, and how did it all happen so quickly?  Well, let’s play a game. Let’s play “imagine.” 
Chicago Public Schools Want to Replace Columbus Day
By Israel Wayne   |   03.03.20
The Chicago Board of Education voted 5-2 on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, to stop celebrating Columbus Day and replace it with “Indigenous Peoples Day.” This latest example of political correctness comes on the heels of calls for paintings in Chicago...
Parental Rights Usurpers in Springfield Aren’t Done with Our Children Yet
By Laurie Higgins   |   03.02.20
Last month, two terrible bills were introduced to amend Illinois’ already offensive comprehensive sex ed law. Then, last week, the so-called "Responsible Education Adolescent and Children's Health" (REACH) Act was introduced. It is heartily endorsed by Planned Parenthood of Illinois and by Illinois' premiere "LBGT" activist organization, Equality Illinois, which should tell you everything you need to know about it.
1619 vs. 1776
02.29.20
We are in trouble in America because we have millions of uneducated young people who think they are “woke”—who believe America is basically evil—and always has been If the New York Times gets their way, there will be more such Americans. The NYT has initiated, along with the Pulitzer Center, something called the 1619 Project. 1619 was the infamous year in which slavery was introduced into Jamestown, and thus, into America. This curriculum is now being peddled to school districts in every state of the union.
Rod Dreher: How do Christian Colleges Stay Faithful?
By Laurie Higgins   |   02.21.20
In Part 6 of Pastor Derek Buikema’s interview with Rod Dreher, author of The Benedict Option and blogger at American Conservative, Pastor Derek asks how Christian colleges can stay faithful to Christ. Rod’s edifying, inspiring, and convicting response encompasses far more than suggestions for Christian colleges. He offers a vision...

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