Prayer banner banned at high school

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DAILYMAIL) — A pupil who led the battle to force a school to tear down a 'religious' banner is facing vicious abuse from online commenters, who say she more…

Student, 10, shatters teacher's leg

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DAILYMAIL) — A teacher's leg was shattered and her kneecap broken in a classroom attack by a 10-year-old pupil. Diane Whitehead, 53, had to have surgery to pin more…

Saving America's heritage of faith

by -NO AUTHOR- -- You see the nightly news and what's going on in the world but just cannot get a grasp on what you should do about the chaos. That changes more…

YouTubers punish Girl Scout for her beliefs

by Drew Zahn -- The online video-sharing website YouTube can be a cruel place for young people, especially for teenagers who dare to criticize homosexuality. WND reported in 2009 the story of more…

'Loan shark' firm targets students

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DAILY MAIL) — Students are being targeted by a ‘legal loan shark’ offering cash at an astonishing 4,214 per cent annual rate of interest. Wonga.com is marketing its more…

Teacher arrested for child sex assault

by -NO AUTHOR- -- SAN JOSE-- An elementary school teacher in San Jose was behind bars Tuesday night after police arrested him earlier in the day on suspicion of aggravated sexual assault more…

Chinese applications to U.S. schools skyrocket

by -NO AUTHOR- -- BEIJING – Wenzy Duan dreams about becoming a delegate to the United Nations. “I know this [ambition] is pretty high,” said the 17-year old Beijing native.  “But I think more…

Parents protest 'scream rooms' for students

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Middletown parents, many of whom have children at Farm Hill Elementary School, are outraged about the way the school is dealing with misbehaving students. Teachers and staff put more…

California educators normalizing deviancy?

by Bob Unruh -- The chief of a major pro-family organization in California is accusing state education officials of softening the language they use to describe new requirements that schools teach affirmatively more…