Kid Twirls a Pencil in Class, N.J. Threatens to Take Him From His Dad and Requires Blood and Urine Testing

In NJ a 13 year old twirled a pencil in class.  Another kid said he was making gun signals.  Of course the student was suspended. Now the other consequences have hit.  The father was told to take his son for psychological evaluation or lose custody. “The story that we expelled or suspended a student is […]

Thorner/O'Neil: Agenda 21 ties directly to Obama's controversial Common Core standards

The United Nations Agenda 21 has quietly changed the makeup of our cities and rural areas through highly questionable tactics, clothed in lofty adjectives such as “smart growth” and “sustainability,” as we’ve written previously. Agenda 21 activists have quietly initiated laws that allowed the government to confiscate our land, water, private property, and wilderness areas. Their ultimate goal is to strip Americans of […]

Fifth-Grader Suspended For Pointing His Finger

Here we go again when the zero tolerance rule stupidity.  This time it was Columbus, OH and a 10 year old boy was suspended for displaying at “level 2 lookalike firearm”.  Sounds scary right, but was it really? A Columbus principal suspended a student for three days last week after the child pointed a “lookalike firearm” […]

Champion News Nominated for Blog Bash Blogger Sunlight Award

The nominations for the Blog Bash Blogger Awards are out.  Champion News’ sunlight story about Common Core Math where 3 x 4 = 11 was acceptable is one of the 3 finalist. Best Sunlight Post of 2013 Alyssa Canobbio, Americans for Tax Reform, Obama Administration Spent $4.5 Billion on State Healthcare Websites Macey France, Politichicks, (WARNING: Graphic) […]

President’s Day: University textbook claims Reagan was sexist, Conservatives view people as incapable of ‘charity,’ ‘lazy’

University of South Carolina textbook has one student whistleblower outraged over its accusations that President Ronald Reagan was sexist and conservatives view people as incapable of “charity” and “lazy.” The textbook, obtained by Turning Points USA Founder Charlie Kirk, was authored by Karen K. Kirst-Ashman and used for the three credit course “Introduction to Social Work Profession […]

Colorado School: Students not allowed to celebrate America!

  A Fort Collins Colorado High School decided that students could nor celebrate America during the schools spirit week. The students wanted to call it “Merica Monday” and of course have everyone that wanted to wear their red , white and blue. Administrators shut down the idea as reported by Fox News: “They said they […]

Father upset with terms on school’s sexual education poster

SHAWNEE, Kan. – A father said if his 13-year-old daughter hadn’t taken a picture of a questionable public poster and shown him, he’d never have known the content. Now that he knows, he’s not happy. Mark Ellis says his daughter goes to Hocker Grove Middle School in the Shawnee Mission School District. She was so shocked […]

Education Delivery – Time for a change

In Conjunction with Jack Roeser The delivery of education has remained basically the same for the past century while other industries have changed delivery methods accordingly with technological advances. To compare, let’s first look at a summary of a couple of other industries: Music Industry Delivery [Overview of Presentation by Derrell Bradford]: Live Performance – […]

Palatine Teacher: Discriminates Against Pro-Life Student

Abigail Cornejo is a Sophomore at Palatine High School in a small town in Illinois who merely wanted to write a paper on the controversial topic of abortion. But her English teacher had something else in mind and told Conejo she couldn’t write on the topic — and if she did, she would have to write […]

Round Lake Schools: Parents Must Pay for Assignment Copies

The following letter was handed out in a world history class on December 5th in Round Lake District 116 Middle School Class. It was a supposed letter from the school stating parents must now pay 10 cents per page for all assignments after the first of the year. Many students just gave this to their […]