Education

It wasn’t enough that the Obama Administration’s Health and Human Services (HHS) recently issued guidelines to schools instructing them that sex education curriculum should include information on “the needs of lesbian, gay bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and questioning youth and how their program will be inclusive...

Here’s how our United Families International readers responded to that question: When not in a school setting, should educators be allowed to openly express their opinions on controversial issues (abortion, gay marriage, homosexual behavior, pre-marital sex, role of men and women, etc.)? Yes         76% No          27% Not sure  ...

When the term subversive is mentioned people usually imagine a scene out of some spy-thriller blockbuster, but subversive tactics are far from exclusive to double-agents, danger, and deceit.  In fact, the latest international efforts against the family are nothing less than blockbuster-worthy subversion.  Subversion can...

After more than 5,000 students protested the firing of Dr. Ken Howell--not to mention formal legal representation by Alliance Defense Fund (ADF)--the adjunct professor of religion at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign was reinstated. The 12-year veteran teacher was dismissed from teaching “Introduction to Catholicism” after he...

Summertime means the annual National Education Association Convention.   The National Education Association (NEA) is the largest professional organization and labor union in the U.S. and its influence on education reaches around the world.  Their power and influence extends from the walls of the school room...

There have been two “fired” professors in the news lately.  Both were dismissed from their teaching assignments because a student complained of being “offended” by the professors’ remarks on homosexuality. In June 2007, June Sheldon adjunct professor at San Jose/Evergreen Community College District, made a statement...