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-N.H. Court Orders Homeschooled Girl to Attend Public School Over Religious Beliefs

Friday, August 28th, 2009

A judge and a court appointed counselor determined that a New Hampshire homeschooled Christian girl was too narrow in her religious beliefs and needed to attend public school in order to receive a more pluralistic view. The court order stated: "According to the guardian ad litem’s further report and testimony, the counselor found Amanda to […]

-SF School District Has Website to Promote Gay Lifestyle

Monday, May 4th, 2009

SANFRANCISCO, CA: The San Francisco Unified School district has launched a "lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning" (LGBTQ) website for students in order to create a "safe space for all students" and promote activities both in the classroom and outside. The new website, "HealthierSF.org/LGBQ/index.html," includes links promoting Gay Pride Celebration Month, Day of Silence, and […]

-Massachusetts: Homosexual Agenda Taught in Schools

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

Image via Wikipedia Brian Camenker, president of Mass Resistance ,a pro-family organization in Massachusetts, points out that after the Massachusetts courts made homosexual marriage legal in his state, schools promptly began teaching about same-sex marriage, both in public elementary and middle schools. <<read the whole story>>  Response: One of the major battlegrounds in the fight […]

-College Students Face Expulsion for Praying?

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

Apparently praying on campus at the College of Alameda in California will earn you an expulsion from the school. The Pacific Justice Institute (PJI), which has a different take on the issue, is filing a lawsuit in support of two students currently facing expulsion from the school for exercising their 1st amendment rights. According to […]

-California: Home-Schooling Ok’d by Judge

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

A state appellate court ruled Friday that parents in California could continue to legally home school their children even if they don’t have teaching credentials. The ruling reverses an earlier court decision in February by the 2nd District Court of Appeal which had ruled that those teaching in home schools needed to be credentialed. This […]