An association of Christian colleges and universities is taking issue with a news outlet describing faith-based educational institutions' hiring practices as "homophobic," maintaining that embracing biblical views of marriage "does not mean religious institutions are hostile to LGBTQ people."
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A school in Canada has been accused of assigning kindergarteners a worksheet instructing them about how and where to touch their private parts, raising concerns about exposure to sexually explicit material.
A federal judge has granted a temporary order in the case of a Kansas teacher suspended for refusing to use the preferred names and pronouns of trans-identified students.
School board candidates opposed to critical race theory won nearly every election in the largest counties in Texas as concerns about the direction of public education continue to loom large in American politics.
Another former student has claimed that Liberty University failed to properly investigate her allegation of sexual assault, prompting the U.S. Department of Education to investigate the school's handling of assault allegations.
Three Christian college students have sued the University of Idaho for alleged wrongful punishment for expressing traditional views on marriage and sexual ethics on campus.
A Massachusetts school district accused of previously stonewalling the creation of a church-affiliated private school over its Christian worldview has agreed to allow the school to open.
The Satanic Temple has filed a civil suit against a Pennsylvania elementary school only a few days after the district voted down a parent’s request to create an after-school Satan club for non-religious students.