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Student claims teacher said Trump not appropriate hero for school project

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A New York television is reporting that a mother claims her 11-year-old daughter was not allowed to use President Trump as her hero for a class assignment. Bella Moscato, a sixth-grader at the ...

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Summer camp opportunities abound across area

Across the region there are great summer camp offerings and other resources for families and children of all ages. Summer camps and programs are a perfect way for kids to connect with ...

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Christian education initiative sounds alarm on public schools

A new coalition of evangelical leaders in the education space just announced a campaign to promote Christian education, all while educating parents and pastors on the dangers that government schools present to ...

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Free Christian K-12 education expo helps parents decide

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Do you have questions about private education? Wondering what options are available to you or someone you know? Metro Voice will host its 21st Annual Midwest Christian K-12 Education Expo Saturday, March ...

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Kansas students prepare to compete in the 2019 KidWind Challenge

Kansas high school and middle school students will compete in the ultimate wind energy learning experience beginning next week. They have done their homework when it comes to wind power and used ...

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Christian Education Expo March 2

Metro Voice will host its 21st Annual Midwest Christian Education & College Expo Saturday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The free event has been attended by tens of thousands ...

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Vice President Pence’s wife attacked for new job at Christian school

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The battle to force private schools and churches to hire LGBT and cross-gender teachers, pastors and staff is heating up after the new job of the wife of Vice President Pence was ...

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Chris Pratt slammed by TV Guide as ‘problematic’ for his beliefs

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On Christmas, a day deemed to be one of the most cheerful of the year, TV Guidereleased an article targeting famed Hollywood actor Chris Pratt. His rising popularity landed Pratt on their “12 ...

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MNU capital campaign surpassing $40 million

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MidAmerica Nazarene University leaders today announced that they anticipate donations to its largest-ever capital campaign will surpass $40 million in the next few days. With more than two-thirds of the Bright Futures ...

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4 ‘American Idol’ alumni who praise Jesus through their music

When American Idol first premiered in 2002, many aspiring artists saw this as their golden ticket into the music industry. After auditioning for a panel of celebrity judges, contestants earn their way through the ...

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Midwest Christian Education & Expo College March 2

The Midwest Christian Education and College Expo returns in March with over 60 colleges, private K-12 schools from both Missouri and Kansas, and homeschooling resources. This is the 21st Annual Midwest Christian Education Expo and ...

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‘Ya’ll don’t do that again,’ principal told praying students

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A Texas middle school has backtracked and will now allow its students to pray openly during lunch again after forcing them to hide any praying from the view of other students. Hannah ...

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School computer science gets boost from Gov. Parson

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has signed a bill to allow high schoolers to apply a computer science credit toward math, science or practical art credits needed for graduation. Parson signed the bill ...

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Autistic boy fails exams, gets encouraging letter from loving teacher

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A teacher has shown there’s a lot more to a person than what a test can show. Her honest and encouraging act of kindness, expressed through her letter to an autistic student ...

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Libraries sued for giving kids access to online porn

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A group of concerned parents is suing the Colorado Library Consortium and a data company for allegedly distributing pornography to unsuspecting students. “This case is about two things: protecting children and calling out corporate ...

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University bans clapping to ‘avoid triggering anxiety’ — so jazz hands will be used for inclusivity

Students will likely no longer clap during student union events at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England. According to a Sept. 28 issue of the university’s newspaper, The Mancunion, the students’ union passed ...

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“Bring Your Bible to School Day” is Oct. 4, with a chance to meet Sadie Robertson

More than 500,000 students from across the United States will join the Bring Your Bible to School movement on Thursday, Oct. 4. The annual student-led event, now in its fifth year, provides ...

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Silver Dollar City rewards teachers with ‘Dream Big’ initiative

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Imagine what a teacher can do for a classroom with an extra $1,000 in funding.  Well, ten highly-nominated teachers from Missouri and Arkansas are setting out to show us in Silver Dollar ...

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Why reaching the campus with Christ is critical

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If you could change the world, where would you start? Would you start by ridding the world of tyrants? Would you re-do the education or legal system? No, you would go to ...

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What you didn’t know about prayer in schools

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The right of religious expression, especially the right to pray, for students attending public schools is alive and well. Most people just don’t realize it. Titled “It is Legal to Pray in ...

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7 Healthy Back to School Tips for Parents

Summer draws to a close and school is right around the corner for many children and parents. In one sense, it’s a relief. The kids will be in school and there will ...

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7 Healthy Back to School Tips for Kids

Summer is over for many kids, and as a parent, whether you’re shedding tears or jumping with the joy at your kids heading back to school, you should also be thinking about ...

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Kansas to cover ACT exam fees for high school juniors

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All Kansas high school juniors will be able to take ACT exams and assessments for free next school year, according to state education officials. Department of Education spokeswoman Denise Kahler told The Wichita ...

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Top 10 ways to launch a successful school year

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As an educator, I see and hear from numerous families regarding the struggles of heading back to school. While some parents rejoice at the idea of returning to normalcy, others have difficulty ...

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Top 4 reasons to choose Christian education

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August is here and stores are already filling up with bright colored school supplies. For many families, they’ve spent the summer months thinking about the fall and where their children should go ...

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