The Decline Of Men In One Word – Porn – And How Colleges Aid And Abet It

NJ suit questions the line between offensive speech and harassment

TN: Charter schools win $91 million for facilities

SCOTUS: No action on Elmbrook again – high school graduations in churches

ACLU Warns High School Principal Who Removed Transgender Pennsylvania Student From Prom King Ballot

New Changes to Military Enlistment for Homeschool Graduates | HSLDA

Utah school rescinds, revises anti-religious policies | One News Now

Minn. school says it has ‘every right to prohibit student speech’ | Alliance Defending Freedom

Pennsylvania district may become first in the nation to switch to all charter schools

MS: Suit Challenges High School’s Assemblies That Promoted Christianity

Former Yale President: What happened to Academic Freedom? | WSJ video

Scalia challenges notion of Constitution as “Living”

School forces girls to ask for lesbian kiss

“Transgender Red Lion High student denied chance at prom king”

    York Dispatch: That was Sierra Stambaugh’s realization growing up in Red Lion Area School District. About three years ago, she came to another realization, one that explained the nagging feeling. “It was that I identified as a male,” Sierra said of being transgender.Sierra cut her hair short, and her mom bought her men’s pants. She changed her name to Issak Wolfe and has used it ever since, with full parental support.


  • Posted: 04/25/2013
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Swedish School Opens Gender-neutral Changing Room

Florida: Chaplain offers $1K scholarship for St. Johns students to pray at graduation

EMU Student Government changes mind on exhibit | Eastern Echo

State officials keep boy “captive” for four years | MercatorNet

Homeschoolers’ request for asylum questioned by judges

To Serve Women: Do female Ivy League graduates have a “duty” to work outside the home?

Dozens of Afghan schoolgirls taken to hospital after ‘poison attack by Taliban’

Florida: “Lake School Board stalls on new rules affecting gay-straight club”

Law Schools’ Applications Fall as Costs Rise and Jobs Are Cut

U.S. Christians Rally Around Home-Schooling Romeiki Family Facing Deportation

The Fight Against Gender Stereotypes And Parental Rights: The Case In France And Other European Countries

Supreme Court refuses case on school vaccinations

Utah’s Snow College Changes Policies to Restore Students’ Religious Freedom | Citizen Link

Christian schools received $20M from infrastructure fund

Female Education Has Completely Changed Marriage In America

PA: 9 fired employees sue Imani Christian Academy

YaleWomen conference unites alumnae

ACLU objects after school invites creationism group for assemblies

Supreme Court of Sweden asked to free abducted homeschooled boy | Alliance Defending Freedom

Christian Club Drops Lawsuit Against Utah College After School Agrees to Protect Religious Freedom | Christian News Network

OH: “Watterson’s firing of gay teacher may violate city law” | Columbus Dispatch

Sweden: Homeschool Parents Have 1 Shot To See Son Again | WorldNetDaily

Teachers Unions Challenge Virtual Education | NCPA Policy Digest

    NCPA Policy Digest: In states where online education has been implemented, local and state teachers unions have challenged virtual education in court by seeking to limit enrollment in the charter schools that utilize the technology, by pushing for virtual schools to be closed and by seeking to limit enrollment to students who live “in district,” despite that defeating the benefits of the Internet.


  • Posted: 04/22/2013
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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ACLU protests creationism group’s Kansas event

The Closing of the British Mind? As a case study shows, freedom of speech in British universities is under threat. | Peter Smith at the Bell Towers

Christianity Under Attack on Campuses

IN: “Shut Up for Gay Rights, Says Dean of Students”

Hillsborough Easter egg suit could change policy on religious speech | Tampa Bay Times

Arizona school funding debate back in court

AZ Senate votes to expand school tax credits

Arizona’s public schools getting creative to compete for students

Religious freedom restrictions thaw at Snow College | Alliance Defending Freedom

College Professor Arrested for Profane Rant at Pro-Life Students

Ban on teacher upheld in name of “British tolerance”

OH: “Backers rally for fired gay teacher: She says Catholic school was told of her female partner”

Harvard to offset federal tax burden for employees in same sex “marriages”

Florida: “Tweak in state bill could thwart proposed gay-straight middle school group”

ACLU Hails Introduction of Key House Bill to Stop Discrimination and Improve Lives of LGBT Students

Utah college and Christian club settle lawsuit | Salt Lake Tribune

Christian Club’s Suit Against Snow College Settled | Religion Clause Blog

Illinois House votes to update sex indoctrination in schools

Defending Christian Taxpayers And The Religious Freedom Of Families

Student files suit against DMACC over flier policy | Des Moines Register

DMACC student sues campus over free speech policy

Baptist Colleges Can’t Accept Baptist Theologians

Yale conference to promote ‘non-human personhood’: will feature infanticide advocate Peter Singer

Iowa college limits free speech to one table | Alliance Defending Freedom

To Whom Do Children Belong? | Melissa Moschella at Public Discourse

Genocide Awareness Project visits EMU

TN: Proposed charter school panel would oversee Knox, 4 other counties

2nd Circuit: Establishment Clause Claim that “Feminism Is Religion” Dismissed On Collateral Estoppel Grounds

UK: Muslim Council attacks Gove’s proposed history curriculum

Which Law Schools Had the Most Clerkship Placements?

    Above the Law: An obvious point to make here is that these rankings don’t seem to distinguish between prestige of clerkship. Were these feeder judges or non-feeder judges, circuit courts or district courts, Article III courts or non-Article III courts? In the land of law, these things are very important. Considering how coveted clerkships are and how closely we hold U.S. News rankings to our hearts, this is information we’d love to see.


  • Posted: 04/12/2013
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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  • Source: abovethelaw.com

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Teacher fired over Bible files complaint against Phillipsburg School District

ACLU, AU attacks on NH school choice program rebutted | Alliance Defending Freedom

Kentucky county removing Ten Commandments from schools