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Summit Christian Academy celebrates dedication of new fieldhouse

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Summit Christian Academy in Lee’s Summit recently dedicated its new 43,000-square-foot fieldhouse and activity center. The facility includes a gymnasium that seats 1,200; locker rooms; strength and conditioning room; multipurpose room; concession ...

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Letter to the Editor: Kress Cambers for Fort Osage School Board

I am supporting Kress Cambers for Fort Osage School District Board of Education because he believes parents should have a voice in their children’s education at a time when some believe they ...

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Book details globalist agenda to eliminate traditional nuclear families

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Scripture makes clear that traditional families led by a mother and father are the foundation of strong society. Many say that foundation is under attack, perhaps as never before. Social and political ...

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Christian population growing in Israel, report finds

The Christian population in Israel is growing slightly, according to a report issued at the end of 2022. The report, released by the Central Bureau of Statistics. found that Israel’s Christian community grew by ...

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Court will review FCA staying in California school district

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The full 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will review a decision to require the San Jose, Calif., school district to recognize the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). The district objects to ...

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Widening Interstate 70 near Kansas City is part of Gov. Parson’s agenda for 2023

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson laid out his 2023 agenda in his State of the State address to the General Assembly. His legislative priorities include widening and rebuilding the I-70 corridor; providing an ...

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Parents Bill of Rights at top of agenda for Missouri lawmakers

Missouri lawmakers on Wednesday afternoon will hear testimony about legislation called the Parents Bill of Rights. Parental access to school records and critical race theory are among the first topics being considered ...

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Biden Administration targets superintendent for removing sexually explicit books from schools

The Biden administration is investigating a Texas superintendent who is trying to protect students from sexually explicit books in schools. The U.S. Department of Education has launched the investigation based on the American ...

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Independence School District adopting four-day schedule has drawbacks for families

Independence School District moving to a four-day school week gets national attention. “The impetus behind it was to attract and retain staff,” Superintendent Dal Herl told “Good Morning America.” “If you look ...

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Trust the experts? Moving to a ‘citation needed’ society

Even in a world of misinformation, authorities still demand trust over verification. If someone were to ask you how you know Australia exists, what would you say? If you haven’t been there ...

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How C.S. Lewis included political commentary in the Chronicles of Narnia

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Did C.S. Lewis have a message beyond faith in The Chronicles of Narnia? The last few months, I’ve been reading through Chronicles of Narnia with my daughters. It’s made bedtime reading a ...

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After Christians and Muslims unite, school board removes explicit books

This fall, with vastly different religious beliefs, Christians and Muslims united to stop what they considered leftist indoctrination in their public schools. This week the school board in Dearborn, (Mich) has relented ...

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Parental rights candidates flip liberal school boards in elections

Political activists say if you want to change policy, you have to start locally. Although congressional and gubernatorial elections dominated the headlines last week, the outcome of elections for local school boards ...

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National test scores in math and reading plummet following lockdowns

The lockdown of schools during the pandemic has taken a heavy toll on the nation’s students and their test scores. Math scores saw their largest decreases ever, while reading scores dropped to ...

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Prayer effort to stop 110 million girls being forced into child marriage

International aid agency, World Vision is calling for urgent action to prevent 110 million girls from being forced into child marriage by 2035. Its new report ‘Fighting for a Future’ has tracked ...

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Proposed bill would defund schools that hide transgender agenda from parents

Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., has introduced a bill that would defund schools that allow students to hide their chosen gender identity or preferred pronouns from their parents. “Parents have a fundamental, constitutionally ...

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‘Commitment to America’ outlines Republican goals after election

Republicans are hoping a new agenda, to be enacted should they take control of Congress in November, will motivate the party faithful and independents to actually vote. “Commitment to America,” a multi-point ...

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Missouri ranks 17th, Kansas 36th in education freedom, Heritage Foundation report finds

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Missouri ranks No. 17 in the nation in overall education freedom, according to a new report from The Heritage Foundation. The state is in the top 10 in school choice, regulation and ...

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California teachers union allegedly spied on parents during pandemic

California’s largest teachers union had a researcher spy on parents who fought for their children to return to classrooms during the pandemic. The tactic was confirmed by emails obtained through public records ...

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Virginia passes new guidelines reining in school districts over controversial gender policies

Virginia is pushing back against school districts with what supporters say is a common sense approach to gender. The state released new transgender student guidelines on Sept. 16 in response to growing ...

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3 reasons why mandating Kindergarten is harmful

Kindergarten may be valuable for some children, but it shouldn’t be compulsory – and the studies prove it. This back-to-school season, many parents are eager to drop-off their kindergarteners to begin the ...

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Americans increasingly dissatisfied with K-12 education

An increasing number of Americans are dissatisfied with the state of K-12 education in the nation, a new Gallup poll found. Only 42 percent of respondents said they are completely or somewhat ...

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White House takes flak for shifting blame to Republicans for school closings

Many students are struggling academically and socially after returning to school following two years of lockdowns and hybrid learning. Leading experts continue to criticize the Biden administration days after it attempted to ...

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Satanic Club school event to happen despite parent opposition

Pennsylvania school will allow a back-to-school “Satanic Club” event Sept. 24 despite restricting Christian meetings. Ashley Lynn Crider, a parent in the Northern York County School District, discussed what she calls the ...

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Area Christian schools among those awarded $3.8 Million in grants nationwide

As families continue to pull their children from public schools, numerous Christian schools are beginning the year with surprise funding. The Herzog Foundation is issuing the grants, totaling $3,813,800, to propel the ...

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