Pro-Life Students Increasingly Face Free Speech Limits on Campus | LifeNews

Free speech for conservatives? | The Journal

Oregon: Colleges might ask about sexual orientation

Student debt delays spending, saving – and marriage

GA: School Bans Religious Graduation Songs

Minnesota Case Asks: Do Your Children Have Rights? | CBS

KY: Lincoln County High School grapples with prayer at graduation

Indiana expands school voucher program | DFW Catholic

Free Speech for Conservative Students? | L. Brent Bozell at the Patriot Post

Teens Decide to Fight Back Against Anti-Christian Bullies

Maine Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics Joins Other Child Welfare Organizations on Brief Sup

North Dakota School Allows Pro-Life Poster After Initial Censorship | Life News

Texas Trial Court Says Cheerleaders Can Use Run-Throughs With Religious Messages

Education Dept. eliminates ‘father,’ ‘mother’ from student aid forms

Loveless Marriage And The Spectre Of Engineered “Singularity”

LLM: Lawyers Losing Money

NC: Senate to debate abortion ‘risk’ bill

Swedish homeschooler persecution challenged | Baptist Press

The First Amendment Doesn’t Have An Age Limit | Matt Sharp

Student’s pro-life poster returns to walls of ND school | Alliance Defending Freedom

Kountze Cheerleaders Granted Victory in Bible Banner Case

NC Senate advances bills for student prayer

AR: Grade school graduation canceled following prayer controversy

Final Ruling Expected In Bible Banner Case; Kountze Cheerleaders Hold Press Conference

DMACC reaches agreement with student in free-speech suit | Des Moines Register (AP)

Congress Tackles the Common Core National Standards and Databases

Louisiana Supreme Court Invalidates State School Voucher Program

Louisiana Voucher Remains Legal, AFC Urges Legislature To Resolve Funding Issue

Iowa college’s free speech table folds | Alliance Defending Freedom

Another step in saga of Swedish home-schooling family | One News Now

Some New Jersey Legislators Question State Construction Funding Award To Jewish Rabbinical School

SC Teacher Who Stomped Flag Gets $85,000 Payment

The Rule of Lawyers | Richard A. Epstein at WSJ

    Richard A. Epstein at WSJ: Law schools are under siege. Applications have dropped to around 54,000 annually, from around 100,000 in 2004. First-year enrollment has slipped to under 40,000 students, from 50,000 in 2010. Jobs are scarce—especially for students coming from lower-tier law schools. The average annual tuition has risen to just over $40,000 per year, from about $23,000 in 2001. Average debt on graduation has followed suit, jumping to about $125,000 in 2011, from $70,000 in 2001. No wonder many experts expect perhaps a dozen schools to close their doors within a year while other schools slash their class size, faculty and staff to stay open.

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Pro-Life Students Face Increasing Harassment on Campus | LifeNews

Swedish court rejects homeschool family’s desperate appeal | LifeSiteNews

GA: Can High School Students Pray Instead Of Going To Class?

Florida: ACLU sues Lake schools over gay-straight middle school club

Bishop: Teacher at Catholic school fired for immoral behavior not sexual orientation

NM: Employees breaking away from unions at two different colleges

Conservatives wanted: Colorado University seeks intellectual diversity at liberal bastion

Carnegie Mellon unsure if naked woman mocking pope violates ‘our community standards’

ADF challenges school’s ‘right to censor’ student speech | One News Now

Another appeal to Sweden re: home-schooling family | One News Now

Atheist Material To Be Available To Florida County’s High Schoolers

Swedish Court Rejects Homeschool Family’s Desperate Appeal | HSLDA

Prom dress code has New Jersey moms up in (bare) arms

WV: Principal reverses dress code decision

La. Teachers’ Union President: School Choice ‘Taking Our Children From Us’

Is Law Faculty Tenure In or Out? ABA Can’t Decide

National Association of Evangelicals Supports Tax Credit for Businesses

Smith Women’s College Targeted After Saying No to Sexually Confused Student

    Edge Boston: trans woman won’t get to fulfill her dream of attending Smith College, a private women’s university in Massachusetts, because on government federal financial aid documents she is registered as a male . . . “We have a petition of over 3,700 signatures,” Schwartz said of the petition, noting plans to present the petition with the signatures to the school’s administration sometime this week. “We have a list of demands created as an organization

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“Federal Student Loan Decisions To Include Gay Families”

First Amendment Amicus Brief Clinic

Minnesota school says it has ‘every right to prohibit’ 6th graders’ pro-life speech

Texas AG: Same-sex “marriage” benefits unconstitutional

ACLU: Red Lion transgender student allowed to attend prom with girlfriend

ABA Panel Struggles for Answers on Law School Reform

Judge: Firing teacher who called homosexuality a sin reflects ‘modern British values of tolerance’

Ohio teacher fired for same sex relationship will file complaint against Catholic school

School facing lawsuit after banning student’s anti-abortion flyers | UPI

St. Paul dad sues school over anti-abortion fliers | Marshall Independent (AP)

Family sues St. Paul school over ban on student’s anti-abortion fliers | Duluth News Tribune

School Claims Right To Censor Pro-life 6th-grader | WorldNetDaily

St. Paul family sues Nova Classical Academy over anti-abortion fliers | Star Tribune

School Sued for Denying Pro-Life 6th Grade Student’s Free Speech | LifeNews

Suit Challenges School’s Ban On 6th Grader Handing Out Anti-Abortion Flyers | Religion Clause Blog

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