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Standardized tests assess whether students have achieved grade-level knowledge and skills, thus determining how well teachers are educating children at grade-level. Or do they? […] Read More

State bills are being proposed and enacted to teach the Bible in public schools. It may sound innocent, but it’s an effort to subvert the First Amendment’s anti-establishment clause. Perhaps we first need biblical integrity. […] Read More

Every few years, headlines proclaim that U.S. students don’t stack up well compared to international students, reinforcing a charge that our public educational system is broken. A closer look reveals that claim doesn’t hold water. […] Read More

School choice” sounds wonderfully appealing on the surface, but proponents don’t always share the facts and ramifications of their policies. Public education needs to be completely and generously funded and supported. […] Read More

EthicsDaily.com’s board of directors announced the 2018 Baptist of the Year – Charles Foster Johnson, a tireless advocate for public education and executive director of Pastors for Texas Children. […] Read More

Children who participate in the Head Start program are more likely to attend college and less likely to experience poverty in adulthood, a report said. […] Read More

Education is a right of all people – especially children – bestowed upon them by their Creator. That’s why EthicsDaily is committed to working with partners advocating for the education of all children. […] Read More

With the polls closed and the elections mostly finalized, it’s time for us to face a reality: Our country is sick and getting sicker. We can no longer sit by the wayside. We must rise up and move forward. […] Read More

For many college students, hunger and even homelessness are an ongoing struggle. However, churches today can lessen the stress of food and housing insecurity of these students. […] Read More

The economic status of the world’s youth is a principle indicator of educational access and achievement; the out-of-school percentage of the world’s poorest youth was more than four times greater than the richest. […] Read More