Kids are diverse, and one size does not work for all. What is appropriate for one child may not be for another. Independent schools recognize this fact.
The Approved Independent Schools Study Committee met Monday to determine if independent schools, which sometimes take public money from tuitioning students, should be held to the same requirements as public schools with regard to special education needs.
Parents beware: A program called Challenge Day that applauds a culture of victimhood is planting the leftist agenda into young minds under the guise of anti-bullying education.
Students will examine the “possibilities” of “abolishing whiteness” in a fall 2017 course at Stanford University.
A professor at the University of Georgia created a “Stress Reduction Policy” that allows students who feel “unduly stressed” to choose their own grades.
The nation’s high schools can continue to deliver grossly fraudulent education—namely, issue diplomas that attest that students can read, write, and compute at a 12th-grade level when they may not be able to perform at even an eighth- or ninth-grade level.
After facing a lawsuit over its treatment of a kindergartener who identifies as transgender, a nationally recognized public charter school has agreed to adopt a far-reaching inclusionary policy.
An 8-year-old student identified as transgender is suing a private school for failing to let the child express a preferred gender identity.
School choice does not solve the problem of helping black children get a better education, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said Wednesday.