public education

Stephen Moore

Opinion: Who Really Shut Down Our Businesses and Schools? – Stephen Moore

A big issue that has emerged in the final days of the midterm election campaigns is the lockdowns of our schools and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The public saw with the abysmal test scores of our children the severe and lasting damage done. Voters are angry, and they should be. Lockdowns were a tragic

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: The Great Parental Replacement – Michelle Malkin

It’s happening. It’s been happening. Parents, you are being replaced. Where? Right under your noses, in your neighborhoods, in your public and private schools, and in your local children’s hospitals. How? Under the guise of health, safety, compassion, tolerance, diversity, intellectual superiority and, of course, the public good. By whom? Woke educators, radical school counselors,

Empowerment Scholarship Accounts

Opponents file petitions to halt voucher expansion; now the fight begins – Cronkite News

Opponents of the state’s expanded Empowerment Scholarship Accounts filed more than 140,000 petition signatures Friday to temporarily halt the program that would have allowed any student in the state to use public dollars for private education. If the signatures are valid, it will be more than enough – 118,823 were required – to put the

Hillsdale College

Conservative college’s curriculum gets foothold in S. Dakota – Associated Press

Photo: Shaun Nielsen stands for a portrait in Sioux Park in Rapid City, S.D. A few days before middle school teacher Shaun Nielsen joined a work group to develop South Dakota’s social studies standards, he got a thick package in the mail. Sent from Hillsdale, Michigan, home to a conservative private college enjoying outsize influence

Opinion

Opinion: ‘Change the People, Change the Place’ – American Renaissance

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] This is part of [American Renaissance’s] our continuing series of accounts by readers of how they shed the illusions of liberalism and became

John Stossel

Opinion: COVID’s Good News – John Stossel

At least the pandemic had a silver lining. It taught parents that there are better alternatives to government schools. When COVID hit, bureaucrats in control were eager to close schools. Many closed them if just one child tested positive, even though COVID is little threat to kids. Union teachers seemed eager to be paid not to

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