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Inspiring Stories

Jessica Tapia

In today’s public schools, a teacher may have moral principles or religious beliefs, but sharing them can get you fired, as a California teacher learned. Jessica Tapia, fired in January, had returned to teach in the Jurupa Valley school district where, as a student, she had earned straight-As and participated in numerous sports. As a physical education teacher, she won […]

Benji Backer

Benji Backer is the kind of student teachers dream about, or should; a young man who takes seriously what he learns in the classroom and is just as serious at applying it to his life outside of school. Unfortunately, because he has, he’s learned some hard lessons about how people’s fears can be manipulated and that unions are masters of […]

Ruth Finnegan

Ruth Finnegan was a young teacher grading papers in her classroom in Hershey, Pennsylvania, when five men in black suits burst in and demanded she join the union. Terrified, she gathered herself to ask what the union could offer her. “Protection,” they said. To Ruth it sounded like a line from a gangster film. “Protection from being sued.” Ruth told […]

Aaron Benner

Aaron Benner is an outstanding Minnesota teacher who knows firsthand what happens when students, and teachers, feel unsafe in the classroom. “Safety is critical,” he says. “Learning suddenly is on the back burner, everything goes out the window once the classroom has been compromised. Instead of looking at the teacher, you’re looking over your shoulder. You’re not focused on learning, […]

Inspiring Stories

Jessica Tapia

In today’s public schools, a teacher may have moral principles or religious beliefs, but sharing them can get you fired, as a California teacher learned. Jessica Tapia, fired in January, had returned to teach in the Jurupa Valley school district where, as a student, she had earned straight-As and participated in numerous sports. As a physical education teacher, she won […]

Benji Backer

Benji Backer is the kind of student teachers dream about, or should; a young man who takes seriously what he learns in the classroom and is just as serious at applying it to his life outside of school. Unfortunately, because he has, he’s learned some hard lessons about how people’s fears can be manipulated and that unions are masters of […]

Inspiring Stories

Jessica Tapia

In today’s public schools, a teacher may have moral principles or religious beliefs, but sharing them can get you fired, as a California teacher learned. Jessica Tapia, fired in January, had returned to teach in the Jurupa Valley school district where, as a student, she had earned straight-As and participated in numerous sports. As a physical education teacher, she won […]

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The Sandstorm: A Tumultuous School Year Winds Down

Title: A Tumultuous School Year Winds Down Author: Larry Sand Date: May 21, 2024 As the school year nears completion, a quick look at recent developments shows an education system in turmoil. The unions are more political than ever, their demands are shameless, lawsuits against the establishment abound, and school choice is rapidly expanding. Politicking Americans for Fair Treatment, a […]

The Sandstorm: Child Depreciation

Title: Child Depreciation Author: Larry Sand Date: May 14, 2024 America’s children are not well, and their schools are a big part of the problem. With “Teacher Appreciation Week” now behind us, it’s crucial that we pay close heed to the well-being of the students, and the news is not good. Gen Z-ers and the newest crop—Generation Alpha—are struggling, and […]

The Sandstorm: Undeniably Unentitled

Title: Undeniably Unentitled Author: Larry Sand Date: May 7, 2024 The Title IX update is perverse, and many states are fighting back. President Biden’s education initiatives have been not only intrusive but also disastrous. Billions have been wasted on student debt relief, and $190 billion has been squandered on the so-called American Rescue Plan. He wants free lunches for rich […]

Washington Examiner: Death Threats And Legal Action: The Price Of Standing Up For Children

Title: Death Threats And Legal Action: The Price Of Standing Up For Children Source: Washington Examiner Author: Rebecca Friedrichs & Roger Ruvolo Date: May 7, 2024 URL: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/2992679/death-threats-legal-action-the-price-of-standing-up-for-children/ “Ideologues pushing perversion, racism, and class warfare in public schools generate national outrage. But their cruelty is granular and personal: children butchered or drugged, teachers silenced or bullied into quitting. How about […]

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The Sandstorm: A Tumultuous School Year Winds Down

Title: A Tumultuous School Year Winds Down Author: Larry Sand Date: May 21, 2024 As the school year nears completion, a quick look at recent developments shows an education system in turmoil. The unions are more political than ever, their demands are shameless, lawsuits against the establishment abound, and school choice is rapidly expanding. Politicking Americans for Fair Treatment, a […]

The Sandstorm: Child Depreciation

Title: Child Depreciation Author: Larry Sand Date: May 14, 2024 America’s children are not well, and their schools are a big part of the problem. With “Teacher Appreciation Week” now behind us, it’s crucial that we pay close heed to the well-being of the students, and the news is not good. Gen Z-ers and the newest crop—Generation Alpha—are struggling, and […]

News

The Sandstorm: A Tumultuous School Year Winds Down

Title: A Tumultuous School Year Winds Down Author: Larry Sand Date: May 21, 2024 As the school year nears completion, a quick look at recent developments shows an education system in turmoil. The unions are more political than ever, their demands are shameless, lawsuits against the establishment abound, and school choice is rapidly expanding. Politicking Americans for Fair Treatment, a […]