Christ-centered colleges join forces against ObamaCare mandate | OneNewsNow

Australia: Religion out at Cranbourne South Primary School

Oklahoma legislature approves Religious Viewpoints Antidiscrimination Act

Oshkosh church leaders worry practice change could force students to “choose between God and sports”

Jindal administration weighs in on Sabine Parish religious harassment lawsuit

Winning the war on charter schools

ADF attorney: Who thinks Planned Parenthood will encourage adoption? | OneNewsNow

Georgia bill to allow more student prayer finds committee support

Australia: Primary school principals shut down religious education classes

South Africa: Religious attire banned from Cape Town school

Ireland: Gaelscoil board must pay €750 to pupil over “religious bias”

North Carolina judge allows lawsuits on private school grants

Scalia laments removal of religious ideals from public education

    Chicago Tribune: Scalia said that among his concerns is the removal of religious ideals from public education. ‘Let me make clear that I am not saying that every good American must believe in God,’ Scalia said in a speech at the Union League Club. ‘What I am saying, however, is that it is contrary to our founding principles to insist that government be hostile to religion. Or even to insist, as my court, alas, has done, that government cannot favor religion over nonreligion.’”

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Hawaii church reaches settlement in atheist lawsuit over public school rentals | Christian News Network

Mississippi legislature adopts innovative education-choice program

Bill to slow Colorado’s adoption of Common Core dies in committee

    The Denver Post: “The Senate education committee Thursday night rejected a bill that would slam the brakes on the Colorado Academic Standards, including the Common Core and the testing adopted with it, after six hours of passionate pleas from both sides to do right by students. Senate Bill 136, sponsored by Fort Collins Republican Vicki Marble, would have delayed testing for a year while an independent task force examined both the standards and a cost-analysis of implementation.”

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Church to settle suit over Hawaii school rentals | AP

NC high school faces legal challenge for refusing secular club

Idaho rep resurrects religious school tax credit bill

ADF will continue vigorous defense of Hawaii churches

Bill would require reading of Congressional prayers in Alabama schools

CA: Los Al school board OKs graduation at church hall

Tattooed Jesus fights religious discrimination | WORLD

AZ: Push to expand school vouchers for private, parochial schools moves forward in House

Oklahoma House panel passes bill allowing Christmas greetings in schools

Labor Relations Board invites input on jurisdiction over religious colleges

PA: Home schooler’s mom sues for son to play on Christian school’s sports team

New Zealand: School removes religious studies after complaints

Ireland: Catholic pupils to study other religions under radical new plan

Lutheran church takes case over denied DNR grant to federal appeals court | Columbia Daily Tribune

Canada: Have some faith in Christian law school

TX: High school teacher forced to remove religious poster from classroom

VA: House panel kills bill protecting religious views at public schools

Indiana: Argument over relevance of church doctrine during in vitro suit testimony

Christian pre-school excluded from Mo. scrap tire program files appeal

Israel: Anger erupts as High Court puts a hold on payments for yeshiva students

Utah bill would prevent “transgender” students from choosing bathroom

National Review: Save the charter schools

Montana Catholic school teacher fired over pregnancy pledges “legal action”

de Blasio: NYC public schools to close for Muslim holidays

GA Senate approves bill allowing religious holiday displays in schools

Religion teaching reform divides Finnish MPs

North Carolina football coach ordered to stop baptizing players

ADF to Ariz. schools: Giving Planned Parenthood access to children may violate state law

Indiana Supreme Court takes up home school discrimination case

Texas board approves textbook review rule changes

School targets Jesus tattoo | WND

Ed Whelan: The Maine Supreme Court’s bathroom mess

Canada: Pressure mounts on law societies to reject faith-based school’s graduates

Thomas More Society: Indiana Supreme Court to hear homeschoolers’ appeal

Maine Supreme Court rules in favor of transgender student in Orono school bathroom case

VA: Religious exemption for home schooling law won’t be studied

VA: “Bill banning gay conversion therapy fails in House”

“MA man files discrimination complaint, claims job offer rescinded over same-sex spouse”

Charter High Schools’ Effects on Educational Attainment and Earnings | Mathematica Policy Research

Appeal denied of school vaccination decision

Texas man sues school district for refusing to display ad of Jesus covered in tattoos | Christian Post

MA: Northboro, Southboro school boards debate change on religious holidays

Colorado kills bill to protect religious groups on campus | National Catholic Register

New details in “Tattooed Jesus” lawsuit against LISD | KCBD

NC: FFRF targets Mooresville coach for “religious endorsements”

“Jesus Tattoo” ad barred from school jumbotron

“Jesus Tattoo” sponsors suing Lubbock ISD for advertising space

Religious organization files suit against LISD

Damages Only $1, But Lawyers Prevail and Get $34,772

Ghana: MPs urge gov’t to return religious schools to religious bodies

“Jesus Tattoo” ad barred from jumbotron

European Court of Human Rights rules State liable for Irish girl’s abuse

AK: Amendment allowing public money for charter and religious schools draws supporters

Georgia: Rep. Hightower introduces student “religious liberties” bill

Israel keeps Arab teachers out of Jewish religious schools

CO: Lawmakers shoot down bill that could have allowed religious student groups state money