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Explore the debate and science of K-12 Education.

June 2, 2022

NAS Urges States to Abandon the Common Core

National Association of Scholars

After twelve years, it is clear that the Common Core is a failed experiment. The time has come to call this venture to a close.

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March 31, 2022

Litmus Tests, Ethnic Studies, and the Battle for Public Education

John D. Sailer

California remains a battlefield for education policy. This applies to K-12 education just as much as higher education.

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March 21, 2022

Florida Lawmakers Must Prevent Corruption of Personal Finance Education

Neetu Arnold

With some proactive alterations, Florida's new bill will strengthen financial education for the state's K-12 students.

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March 17, 2022

Self-Censorship, “Don’t Say Gay,” and a New Oklahoma Civics Bill

John D. Sailer

This week, Florida is yet again in the news, the Partisanship Out of Civics Act gets a boost, and a student writes about dissent for the New York Times.

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March 8, 2022

Racial Engineering at America’s Top STEM High School

Marina Ziemnick

Let’s hope that Judge Hilton’s initial verdict against Thomas Jefferson High School’s racially discriminatory admissions process is a sign of the victory to come.

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March 3, 2022

School Board Recalls, “No Place for Hate,” and the Return of the Trojan Horse

John D. Sailer

Activists are once again pushing for federal civics legislation that would fund ideologically-charged education across the country. Now is the time for a renewed effort to oppose these bills.

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March 1, 2022

Announcing the New Civics Alliance Website

Marina Ziemnick

Over the past few years, civics has taken center stage in the debate over American K-12 education. Our new website offers vital resources for those working to preserve civics education.

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March 1, 2022

Press Release: NAS Unveils Civics Alliance Website

National Association of Scholars

The Civics Alliance and its website will be a clearinghouse for Americans who want to restore a civics education that teaches students about America’s exceptional heritage of freedom.

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February 25, 2022

The Resistance Strikes Again: Dents in Diversity

Teresa R. Manning

The National Association of Scholars applauds parents in California, Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Texas for their efforts to recall radical school board members.

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February 4, 2022

Oklahoma State School Boards Association Scrambles to Take Down Radical Resource Guides

Marina Ziemnick

The Oklahoma State School Boards Association's resource library featured radical content that has no place in public schools—and especially not in an elementary school classroom.

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