Religious freedom for campus student groups bill passes Kansas Senate

Gordon College reaffirms ban on students, faculty engaging in extramarital sex, homosexuality

6th Circuit rejects Good News Club’s fee waiver claim

Are those porn stars enjoying their jobs? The sex questions children aged 11 will be asked in government-backed lessons

Canada Supreme Court: Catholic schools have a right to teach church views

In college and hiding from scary ideas

Top Court rules Quebec infringed on high school’s religious freedom

Kids to be asked about porn in Govt-backed sex ed guidance

Primary school kids not ready for sex ed, says UKIP

Bible colleges shouldn’t need a state seal

Prayer at charter school stopped after civil rights complaint

High Court ruling clears way for Loyola’s religious studies course

Supreme Court rules Quebec infringed on Loyola High School’s religious freedom

Supreme Court sides with Quebec Catholic school on religious freedom

College freshmen less religious than ever – just like their parents

Canadian Supreme Court: Gov. can’t force Catholic schools to teach contrary to its beliefs

Canadian Supreme Court: Govt can’t force Catholic school to teach contrary to its beliefs

Cranston Teachers Alliance sues city for religious discrimination

Catholic school suspends teacher after celebrity Susan Sarandon complains about “anti-gay rant”

Catholic teacher suspended over comments on homosexuality

Parents, you are not bad for sending your kids to private school

NYC’s plan for prayer break in pre-K classes raises concerns

Gordon College reaffirms sexuality policy, launches taskforce

MSPs to debate petition calling for ban on teaching of creationism

Faith schools ‘damaged by British values curriculum’, says MP

Lawyers for BSU, pro-life student group set for mediation

God, GeorgiaTech, and going legal: A reflection on my First Amendment lawsuit nine years later

MP: ‘Faith schools are being damaged by British values’

School plan to change gender stereotypes causes storm in Italy

ETX principal targeted by anti-religion groups for reportedly quoting Bible verses over intercom

Russell Moore commends SCOTUS decision to throw out ruling on contraception mandate

Supreme Court revives Notre Dame’s Obamacare contraception objections

Supreme Court to lower court: Reconsider decision against Notre Dame

Supreme Court says Obama admin can’t make Notre Dame obey pro-abortion HHS mandate

Government may back-track on protecting free speech in universities

Alabama Supreme Court: School-choice tax credits for parents legal

A fight to keep Catholic schools Catholic

A real violation of separation of church and state in San Francisco

New York City adds two Muslim holidays to public school calendar

Court applies Title VII religious institution exemption

School district gets boost in defending atheist lawsuit

Yes, Marquette’s plan to fire John McAdams is about free speech and academic freedom

South Carolina college denounces homosexuality after two volleyball players come out as gay

LGBTTQQFAGPBDSM? Housing for 15 alternative sexualities is OK, but men-only fraternities are not, Wesleyan University says

Why iChristianity will lose the culture war

Rejected as ‘discriminatory’ and shunned from campuses, Christian clubs struggle

Religious freedom bill for students sparks uproar

House votes to protect religious freedom in schools

Morals clause in Catholic schools roils Bay area

    The New York Times: Other church leaders, including those in Oakland, Calif., Cincinnati, Cleveland and Honolulu, have instituted similar teacher morality clauses with far less protest. In Oakland, three teachers quit rather than adhere to the rules. But in San Francisco, in addition to the petitions and protests, eight state legislators from the Bay Area have asked the archbishop to withdraw the clause as discriminatory. Two of them called for an investigation, accusing the archbishop of using religion “as a Trojan horse to deprive our fellow citizens of their basic civil rights.”

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Three senior faculty attack Notre Dame’s granting of benefits to same-sex couples

Teacher forced out for Facebook posting on religious objections to school billboard can sue

Forming partners among the ‘faith-based community’

1-parent families hurt kids, but what can we do?

Howard County school’s religious practices questioned

Marriage as a springboard to the middle class

    Ed Excellence: As I explain in Education Next, a more holistic approach would also take seriously what Isabel Sawhill and Ron Haskins of the Brookings Institution call the “success sequence”: get at least a high school diploma, work full time, and wait till you are at least twenty-one and married before having children. They estimate that 98 percent of individuals who follow those three norms will not be poor, and almost three-quarters will be solidly middle class. On the flip side, three-quarters of young people who fail to follow any of those norms will be poor, and almost none will be middle class.

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How schools can strengthen families

School prayer back in focus of Pickens County School Board

Top university could remove tribute to Lord Carey after protest

US professor suspended for defending free speech

My women’s studies seminar

Bill would codify religious freedoms for schoolchildren

Lawmakers want probe of SF Catholic high schools

Christian ethos school challenges Education Secretary

EU to probe Christian schools after humanist complaint

San Francisco parents shocked to learn that Catholic Schools are Catholic (satire)

Debate over religion in schools, Common Core back again in Legislature

As storm brews, San Fran archbishop strikes back at school guideline critics

Wesleyan fraternity sues University after being forced to accept women

San Francisco archbishop rejects lawmakers’ criticism on morality clauses

Congratulating Wesleyan

Students speak up on free speech

School board: Student OK to say ‘God Bless America’

Atheist activists seek to stop Bible distribution in Oklahoma schools