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Losing Your Christian Culture? Thank a Public School!

by Al Benson Jr.

Recently I read an article by Chelsea Schilling on http://www.wnd.com where the author noted comments by Chaplain E. Ray Moore, the founder of Exodus Mandate… 973 more words

Lane Community College to Hold 8th Annual Peace Symposium, April 30

By: David J. Smith, April 26, 2015

I received this notice from Stan Taylor at Lane Community College’s Peace Center. ┬áThe college is located in Eugene, Oregon. 300 more words

Community Colleges

Ethics & Culture

The heavy advertising on TV for games particularly those that contain considerable amounts of violence is astounding. We live in a society where males quickly profess to dislike the military, want ROTC of the campus and fraternities in drunken outbursts assault and insult disabled veterans. 340 more words

The Liberal Plantation

NPE Conference Day 1 Notes

After breakfast at the historic Drake hotel, the proceedings were given a rousing start by the moderator Anthony Cody and the opening speakers, Tanisha Brown of the Newark Students Union and Jitu Brown, National Director of Journey for Justice and an NPE Board member. 538 more words

NPE Lessons LIVE and the Raw Truth: What do we need to do?

Viewing the LIVE coverage of the Network for Public Education Conference is an enlightening experience to say the least. The vast differences of experiences from teacher to teacher, age category to age category and location to location exposes an overview of the corporate education reform plan to treat teachers and teaching as mechanisms to be cheaply reproduced. 235 more words


The Montana State Legislature Passes Bill to Fund Native Language Programs

On April 23rd, the Montana State Legislature passed a bill that will provided funding for Native American immersion language programs in public schools. 122 more words

Language Preservation

Back at it again

This school year has been RICH! I can’t really quantify every second, but trust me it’s been a wild ride. It’s been tough. It’s been rewarding and thankfully we’ve endured faithfully. 36 more words

Atlanta Public Schools