Are children really being brainwashed by public schooling? A history teacher clarifies.
By Patrick Donohue
Opponents say the presentation distributed by the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators urges administrators to lie to parents.
By Linda Stein
Anita Edgarian, who was ejected from a West Chester Area Board meeting this summer, believes her school board campaign took away votes from School Board President Chris McCune.
By Linda Stein
Abington’s purchase of the Teaching Tolerance workshops is part of a trend of local school districts using SPLC’s materials for professional development on ‘equity.’
By Todd Shepherd
Critical race theory and other tenets of woke ideology have permeated medicine and health care. Schools, journals, centers, and physicians are taking up arms, having declared racism a “public health crisis.”
By John Murawski
The issue of CRT is having a weighty effect on communities throughout the United States, and has politicized school board races. Will the outcome of these races determine the future of Critical Race Theory in America?
By Todd Carney
The bullying of a mother into silence and the audacious lack of respect for members of the community by the school board illustrate a broader problem with politicians and bureaucrats in the West Chester area and beyond.
By Stephen Wahrhaftig
Controversy mounts in Pennsylvania about what critical race theory is, where it’s being taught, and who’s paying for it. Teachers’ unions continue raising eyebrows.
By Hunter Tower
Just as parents across the nation are waking up to the new “woke” cultural curriculum infiltrating our schools, much of the business world is forging ahead in the opposite direction.
By Abhi Samuel