Ariz. schools choose life-affirming curriculum

Turkish public education system to offer class in Christianity for first time

Wicca goes to college

Religion in the age of evolution: Shaking the pillars?

Military group to sue university over prayer at 9/11 memorial service

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Arizona school board votes to remove pages from biology textbook

Gilbert schools to edit ‘abortion’ section of textbook

Learning about love: How sex ed programs undermine happy marriages

District finally agrees to stop using ‘purple penguin’ handouts

Christian groups told they must consider secular leaders

Gilbert school board votes to remove pages from text

Gilbert Public Schools board votes to redact textbooks for abortion content, cite possible violation of state law

Lawsuit helped school’s ‘change of heart’

New Govt standards are ‘curb on freedom’ – Jewish critic

ETSU wonders about impact of sex week

University celebrates ‘abortion heroes,’ commends illegal abortions

Between magesterium and magistrate: Notre Dame’s choice on marriage’s meaning

Threatened Christian school: ‘Change British values rules’

Notre Dame University to hose controversial ‘Gay in Christ’ conference

San Franciso’s University of California launches first online abortion class

The university as a cross-cultural mission

Three views: Do the Common Core education standards endanger religious freedom?

Nazareth Area School District settles lawsuit over banned Valentine’s Day cards with religious notes

Nazareth Area School District settles suit over religious Valentine’s Day cards

Pennsylvania school district changes policy in Valentine’s Day card free speech case

Pennsylvania school changes policy on ‘Valentine’s Day card’ free speech

Pa. school district revises speech policy in student lawsuit over Valentine’s Day card

Good news for the naked public university

A tale of targeting

Coming out as Christian in the Academy

Jesus painting, removed from school, now on lit sign

ADF advises action against college’s censorship

Georgia school board unanimously votes to remove Scripture from sculpture

Christian college, under pressure over homosexuality, feeling push from students, faculty

NC school officials not releasing kindergartner unconstitutional

Georgia high school will remove Bible verses from football monument fearing atheists’ lawsuit

Bibles will be popping up in public schools across America today

Focus on the Family sponsors ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’, encourages students to talk about their faith

Focus on the Family makes Thursday ‘Bring Your Bible to School’ day

Son of Tony Campolo comes out as agnostic, hired as humanist chaplain at California university

Coach-led prayers no longer allowed at South Dakota high school following complaint

Three reasons Christian students will win

University students threatened by officials for distributing U.S. Constitution copies outside of controversial “free speech zone”

ADF: Students free to participate in ‘Bring Your Bible to School Day’

New York high school lifts ban on students’ Christian club amid threat of legal action

A conservative Christian’s reflections on life in the legal ivory tower

    Canon and Culture: Tish Warren’s recent essay in Christianity Today brought many questions back up to the surface for me and many Christians who have been associated with Vanderbilt University over the past few years. Did we do everything we could to stand up for truth in a loving and compassionate way during the debates over religious association policies? What role did we play as we urged administrators to realize we are not the equivalent of segregationists and we just want to ensure our Christian organization leaders are in fact followers of Christ? What lessons can other students at other schools learn from what we went through?

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University officials threaten students passing out U.S. Constitution

Proposed policies violate children’s privacy, invite lawsuits in Minn., Wis., RI

Fifty years after Berkeley days: What free speech looks like on college campuses

School district issues handouts urging teachers to stop calling kids ‘boys and girls’

Christian college forms board to review policy prohibiting homosexual behavior

Gordon College says compassion, yes; compromise, no

Notre Dame gives spousal benefits to same-sex couples

School asked to restore teachers’ freedom to have Bibles

In defense of Gordon College

School told to call kids ‘purple penguins’ because ‘boys and girls’ is not gender inclusive

First Amendment turned on its head over religious speech

So much drama: The continuing quest to bring religious freedom to campus

Compulsory sex education would be ‘indoctrination’

Schools ‘could be sued’ under new regulations

Controversy heats up over exclusionary religious groups

ADF: No blocking free speech during ‘Fields of Faith’

Vandals use Nazi swastikas to cover pro-life chalk messages at Eastern Michigan University

The internet’s first abortion class

Religious symbols in classroom stir dispute in Peoria schools

College orders student to ‘dumb down’ religious show