A Texas mom criticized her local school district about a book in the district’s middle school libraries that described graphic sex, snapping, “I do not want my children to learn about anal sex in middle school.” Kara Bell spoke before the Lake Travis Independent School District on September 15 andContinue Reading

The University of Wisconsin removed a 42-ton boulder from its Madison campus Friday after complaints from students who labeled the rock a symbol of racism. Chamberlin Rock, which had sat on Observatory Point since 1925, was named after Thomas Chamberlin, a geologist and former university president who served from 1887 toContinue Reading

A major breakdown of the new multi-trillion proposed legislature, which may cost over $5.5 trillion, highlights below, NEWS TALK VIDEO “While the actual cost of this new legislation will ultimately depend heavily on details that have yet to be revealed, we estimate the policies under consideration could cost between $5Continue Reading

On Tuesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed HB 5, SB 1108 and HB 233 that will collectively strengthen civics instruction and civics literacy education in Florida’s kindergarten through postsecondary public schools. “I’m proud to sign three bills today that prioritize civics education in our schools,” said Governor Ron DeSantis. “The sadContinue Reading

St. Petersburg City Councilmember Darden Rice filed to run for Mayor of St. Petersburg. Mayor Rick Kriseman is precluded from running again due to term limits. “I’m running for mayor because we need bold, new ideas to address our most pressing needs, and a strong leader with my experience whoContinue Reading

California voters will decide in November whether governments and public colleges and universities can consider race in their hiring, contracting and admissions decisions, possibly ending affirmative action rules. The state Senate voted 30-10 on Wednesday to repeal that amendment, which still requires the approval of voters in November. Sen. ScottContinue Reading

As the education system continues to evolve in the post-pandemic world, iCode will bring their specialized computer science and coding platform to Tampa, seeking for franchisees. Coding and computer science ed gives students not only the technical abilities to succeed in jobs down the line, but also develops cognitive flexibilityContinue Reading

Americans for Prosperity-Florida (AFP-FL) today commended Governor Ron DeSantis for signing HB 7067, a bill that gives educational freedom to almost 30,000 new students a year through enrollment in Florida’s Family Empowerment Scholarship Program. This represents a full 400% increase in parents and their children given the right to decideContinue Reading

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Celebrities join the call for a North Carolina university professor, Mike Adams, to be fired for referring to the state’s governor “Massa Cooper” on Twitter. Adams, a sociology and criminology professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington, tweeted in late May as he dined with six men at a six-seat tableContinue Reading

Former Florida House Rep. Larry Ahern filed to run against Pinellas County Commissioner Janet Long Wednesday for the at-large District 1 seat representing northeast and mid-Pinellas. Ahern brings name recognition to the race to challenge the incumbent Democrat, serving Florida’s 66th District in northwestern Pinellas County from 2012 to 2018. He also served in Florida’sContinue Reading

Gov. Ron DeSantis has announced plans for Florida’s K-12 public schools to reopen at full capacity in the fall. “Having a teacher there, there just isn’t going to be a substitute for that in-person instruction,” he said. Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran said that’s the recommendation being made to local schoolContinue Reading

Across the West, the stage is set for a new type of gold rush: the hunt for prehistoric dinosaur fossils. In the badlands of Wyoming, Montana and the Dakotas, ranchers and cowboys are uncovering valuable dinosaur bones on their land and using the discoveries to help save their livelihoods. TheContinue Reading

NEWS TALK with Brandon & Bob debuted this week and Robert Herriman, editor-in-chief of Outbreak News Today broke down a new story proposing the ban on homeschooling with Brandon Jones. Herriman reads portions of the article as Brandon refutes the security argument of public education before sharing his personal experienceContinue Reading

Hillsborough County Superintendent Addison Davis outlined a plan Tuesday to reduce management positions and centralize authority, eliminating 129 district jobs and trimming $7.5 million in payroll. Davis said he would create a “Transformational Network” to focus on improving 29 D and F-rated schools. The new grouping would replace the district’sContinue Reading

A proclamation issued by Gov. DeSantis officially recognizes Jan. 26-Feb. 1 as Florida School Choice Week. Gov. DeSantis joins more than a dozen other governors and hundreds of city and county leaders nationwide in issuing similar proclamations. Parents, schools, and other organizers have planned 4,992 events and activities across theContinue Reading