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Plaza Heights Christian Academy Combines Academic and Spiritual

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Providing students with a quality education is essential if they hope to meet the demands of college and career. Plaza Heights Christian Academy believes that a student needs to be equally prepared ...

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Is government killing private daycare?

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As the government steadily assumes responsibility for services previously provided by the private sector, small businesses shutter. It is hard for enterprising individuals to compete with widespread, “free” (i.e., taxpayer-funded) government offerings ...

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Curriculum equates Native Americans with Palestinian conflict

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Public school officials in the state of Washington have inserted the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into mandatory 5th-grade lessons on Native American history. Children as young as 10 are being taught to associate the ...

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“Race-based Marxism” say Cruz, DeSantis about critical race theory

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Critical race theory is a racist worldview that applies Marxism’s theory of economic class conflict to race, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said. Speaking at the Faith & Freedom Coalition Road to Majority ...

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Iowa latest state to ban critical race theory

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Another state has banned critical race theory. Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed legislation this week banning the theory from being taught and promoted in government agencies, schools or state-funded universities. Critical race ...

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Legislators want special session to stop critical race theory in Missouri schools

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Two Missouri lawmakers have sent a letter to Gov Mike Parson to request a special legislative session to address the teaching of critical race theory in state schools. In the letter, Sen. ...

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Free online course reminds us why Americans need patriotism

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Have you noticed a decreasing sense of patriotism among younger Americans today? Have you seen the polls suggesting that they are increasingly attracted to socialism and other ideas destructive of liberty? To ...

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‘Jesus’ banned from high school graduation speech

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Any references to the Christian faith are banned from graduation speeches at a Michigan high school this week. Elizabeth Turner is scheduled to deliver her Hillsdale High School valedictory speech but she’s ...

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Washington State mandates Critical Race Theory in K-12 schools

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Washington State has become one of the first states to actually mandate the teaching of the controversial Critical Race Theory in public schools. Supporters of the bill contend it would help educators ...

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This month’s top YouTube video shows

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We’re back this month with reviews of some free stuff! YouTube video sows have millions of viewers and are just a click away on your phone or laptop.   Bible Project Subscribers: ...

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Kamala Harris tells ABC News America is not a ‘racist country’

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In a surprising admission, Vice President Kamala Harris has confirmed that America is not racist. Her comments on ABC News contradict much of the current media narrative that is driven by groups ...

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Republicans blast critical race theory as ‘divisive’ in letter to education secretary

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Republican Reps. Doug Lamborn of Colorado and Jeff Duncan of South Carolina have expressed their concern about teaching critical race theory in a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona. “Civics and history ...

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Heartland Christian School Graduating Seniors 2021

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The 2021 graduating class of Heartland Christian School. Kurumi Aso Allison Atcheson Braedan Best Christopher Martinez Marie Miki Madelyn Reed Conagher Rives Kaitlynn Thornton

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Math and Music: Why Do I Have To Learn This?

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“Why do I have to learn this? I’m NEVER going to use it.” It is likely that you have heard this (or even said it yourself) many times. Students question the usefulness ...

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Missouri considers providing greater choice in public education

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Education bills pending in the Missouri Legislature address charter school expansion, public funding of private schools and homeschooling. The effort comes as the state nears banning the New York Times’ uber-controversial 1619 ...

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LGBT activists sue to end federal financial aid for Christian college students

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A new lawsuit seeks to end all federal financial aid for students attending Christian colleges across the nation. If successful, it could threaten the very existence of faith-based education on the university ...

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Court rules university officials personally accountable for religious discrimination

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has ruled in favor of a Christian club that was kicked off campus by officials at the University of Iowa. The story began ...

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Evangel University becomes latest school to drop Crusader mascot

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Evangel University is retiring the use of its Crusader mascot after a lengthy review process. The Crusader has been the official mascot since the school’s creation in 1955. According to a press ...

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Regardless of party affiliation, Americans want to reopen schools

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Most Americans want schools to reopen, including majorities of all political persuasions and regions of the country. More than 94 percent of Republican respondents to a Gallup poll said they support providing ...

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Drury University in Springfield one of several Christian schools tied to Planned Parenthood

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Drury University in Springfield is the only school in Missouri or Kansas to make the list of Christian colleges and universities with ties to Planned Parenthood. The revelation came through research by ...

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Dr. Seuss meets cancel culture as school district alleges ‘radical undertones’

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Dr. Seuss has become the latest victim of cancel culture after a Virginia school district told teachers to ditch the books. The Loudoun County Public Schools district removed the books from reading ...

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Missouri legislators continue to wrestle with education reform bills

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Missouri legislators have debated education reform for at least a decade, and the discussion is continuing in this legislative session An education savings accounts program managed to clear a major hurdle, barely ...

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Will pandemic build momentum for school choice?

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Across the nation, legislators are optimistic that the ongoing pandemic will provide the impetus to finally pass school choice legislation. That’s also true for Missouri where legislative leaders have spent the last ...

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Retired educator sees first-hand the harm of virtual learning

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Fall this year brought with it many school challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many schools still have not returned to a normal routine. They are relying heavily on virtual learning which ...

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Biden Administration flips on schools reopening

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President Joe Biden’s promise to completely reopen schools during the first 100 days of his presidency has been considerably scaled back. The new plan is to reopen more than half of schools ...

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