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Why Christian Colleges Are Closing, and What We Can Do

Why Christian Colleges Are Closing, and What We Can Do

It’s no secret that the state of higher education in the United States is, overall, not good. This is true of both public and private colleges and universities, non-religious, religious, even specifically Christian schools. In fact, over the last few months, several long-established Christian schools announced cutbacks, budget crises, and major restructuring. In some cases, it is far from certain that they will survive.

San Diego Mom Calls Out School District for Promoting 'Family-Friendly' Halloween Drag Show

San Diego Mom Calls Out School District for Promoting 'Family-Friendly' Halloween Drag Show

A mother in San Diego went viral last week after she confronted a local school board about its upcoming Halloween drag show, which was dubbed "family-friendly."

Mohler Warns Christian Schools: You Will 'Lose Your School' if Families Don't Affirm Your Ministry

Mohler Warns Christian Schools: You Will 'Lose Your School' if Families Don't Affirm Your Ministry

Christian schools must recruit families with similar beliefs if they are to maintain their mission without being tempted or pressured to conform to the culture, says seminary president Albert Mohler.

Parents Need to Know What’s Happening at School

Parents Need to Know What’s Happening at School

Parents have every reason to demand transparency in school curriculums, even if contemporary curriculums did not assume ideologies that undermine Christian faith and values. But they do, as Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) has documented in its Parents Toolkit on Critical Theory. At the very least, parents should be able to opt out their kids, but they have to know when and what’s being taught in order to make the request.

Students Gather in Prayer for 33rd Annual See You at the Pole Event

Students Gather in Prayer for 33rd Annual See You at the Pole Event

Students across the globe gathered around their schools' flag poles to pray on Wednesday for the 33rd annual See You at the Pole event.

Christian School Enrollment Booms: 79 Percent See Increase Post-Pandemic, Report Says

Christian School Enrollment Booms: 79 Percent See Increase Post-Pandemic, Report Says

Nearly 80 percent of private Christian schools in the United States say they have experienced increased enrollment since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report that also says many of those same schools are struggling to meet the demand.

Texas School District Pulls the Bible, 42 Other Books, from Library Shelves

Texas School District Pulls the Bible, 42 Other Books, from Library Shelves

A Texas school district has pulled more than 40 books, including the Bible and a depiction of Anne Frank's Diary,  from library shelves under a new policy that requires books that were challenged as inappropriate to be examined.

Biden Sparks Backlash After Telling Teachers Their Students Are 'All Our Children' When in The Classroom

Biden Sparks Backlash After Telling Teachers Their Students Are 'All Our Children' When in The Classroom

As reported by Faithwire, Biden’s remarks were met with a polarized reception on social media, including some who believed that he stressed that children do not belong to their parents when they are in the classrooms.

California Dept. of Education Removes Prayers to Aztec Gods from Ethnic Studies Curriculum

California Dept. of Education Removes Prayers to Aztec Gods from Ethnic Studies Curriculum

The California Department of Education will no longer be teaching students two religious chants to Aztec gods from its ethnic studies curriculum, following a lawsuit filed on behalf of parents.

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Introduces Bill 'to Restore Protections for Prayer in Schools' with Moment of Silence

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Introduces Bill 'to Restore Protections for Prayer in Schools' with Moment of Silence

On Monday, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem introduced a draft bill that would require public schools to have a moment of silence each morning that would last up to one minute and would be free of interference from school officials.

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