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Did Bobby Get Suspended Because He Was Black?
Concerns for racial justice must address disparities in education and school discipline.
Rediscovering the Pedagogical Power of Narnia
C. S. Lewis’s fiction can teach virtue, according to a new curriculum. But the true potential is so much more.
11 Back-to-School Prayers
Short liturgies for anxious parents, teachers, and students.
COVID-19 Concerns Accelerate Homeschool Movement’s Growth
Continues to trend more secular, as safety and flexibility are given top priority.
Churches Plan to Host Students During Remote Learning
In some communities, empty buildings and eager youth ministers offer safe places and supervision for families facing school closures.
Families Keep Going, In Pandemic and Health
Our households are bearing the brunt of COVID-19 shutdowns. It’s time for new levels of creativity, flexibility, and support.
Teaching Remotely Is Hard. Studying Jesus Can Help.
Four practical ways teachers can keep impacting their students as they teach through a screen.
Controversy and Coronavirus Keep Church Plants Out of Schools
Church of the Highlands’s expulsion in Birmingham has some pastors worried about growing scrutiny.
After SAT and ACT Cancel, Registrations Soar for Classical Education Exam
An alternative college admissions test, used by some Christian schools, draws a record 50,000 students.
Trump Pledges to Protect ‘Right to Pray’ in Public Schools
Updated guidance reaffirms First Amendment protections and provides new pathways for complaints.
Georgia Endorsed Bible Classes. Twice. But Schools Aren’t Teaching Them.
Why a growing political push to put the Bible in classrooms only has a minor impact.
Teacher’s Lawsuit Reflects Evangelical Educators’ Dilemma Over Transgender Pronouns
A fired French instructor says the school board’s policy didn’t allow for compromise.
Gen Z Evangelicals Still Express Their Faith at School, But Few Others Pay Attention
Teenage “nones” are less likely to notice Bible-reading, prayer, or evangelistic outreach in public schools.
Forgiveness First, Restoration Later: Pastor Responds to Recanted Hair-Cutting Account
The church sees the incident as a chance for students to demonstrate gospel reconciliation and for leaders to take a deeper look at racial dynamics among the diverse student body.
See You On My Phone: Apps Spur a New School Prayer Movement
The annual See You at the Pole event has incorporated mobile tools to draw more participants and schedule more gatherings.
The Rise of the Bible-Teaching, Plato-Loving, Homeschool Elitists
How evangelicals are becoming the new champions of the pagan classics.
Our September Issue: Go West, Young Scholar
The church’s complex relationship with the classics.
Boarding School for Missionary Kids Uncovers Dozens of Abuse Allegations
The Christian Academy in Japan investigates reports of sexual misconduct and “severe beatings” by faculty spanning from the 1950s to 1990s
Why Prayer Is Still Public Schools’ Best Hope
The founder of Teachers Who Pray calls public education “America’s biggest mission field.”
Why Christian High Schools Are Filling with Atheist Students
Foreign students offer US schools treasure in heaven and on earth.

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The Pro-Life Project Has a Playbook: Racial Justice History
The Pro-Life Project Has a Playbook: Racial Justice History
The anti-racism campaign is a model for the anti-abortion movement.

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