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California Assembly Passes ‘Ethnic Studies’ Bill
Proposed legislation that would make “ethnic studies” a high school graduation requirement has moved one step closer to becoming law in California. The California Assembly voted 58–9 in favor of ...
June 5, 2021
Hundreds of High School Students Join in Virtual Choir Festival
The Los Angeles Master Chorale’s annual High School Choir Festival (HSCF)—made up of hundreds of students in Los ...
March 26, 2021
New York City Public High School Students to Return to Classroom on March 22: Mayor
NEW YORK—Public high schools in New York City will welcome students back for in-person instruction on March 22, ...
March 8, 2021
Some Laguna Beach Schools Will Remain Closed Until Virus Metrics Improve
Some Laguna Beach schools will remain closed until Orange County enters a less restrictive tier of the pandemic, ...
February 3, 2021
CCP Removes Books From Libraries as it Strengthens Control
In order to take control of students’ minds to another level, the CCP has started to clean out ...
July 17, 2020
Opioid-Antidote Drug to Be Distributed to US High Schools for Free
A pharmaceutical company has volunteered to distribute free Narcan Nasal Spray in all U.S. High Schools in conjunction ...
April 29, 2016
No US History High School Exam? Yes in New York, With a Caveat
NEW YORK—Young gentlemen like Stephen Tripodi sometimes have to really apply themselves. Steve says his “early college” Career ...
October 20, 2014
Let Your Children Sing Their Way to College
NEW YORK—Lineup of seven-graders looked at the corridor wall where the Voice Charter School of Corona, Queens, keeps ...
September 18, 2014
Republican Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy ‘Deeply Concerned’ Over Musk’s China Visit
Meta Threatens to Pull News Feeds Over California’s Journalism Preservation Act
Biden Admin Approves $300 Million in Arms Package for Ukraine, Says US Does Not Support Attacks Inside Russia
Mimi Nguyen Ly
DeSantis Tells Iowa Republicans He Can Lead GOP Past Biden, America Onto ‘Big Things’
What’s Next After House Passes Debt Ceiling Deal
Real-World Nuclear Fusion: Startup Secures Over $7 Million for Energy Machine
ANALYSIS: Texas Lt. Gov. Patrick Says Gov. Abbott ‘Misinformed’ on House’s Property Relief Plan
Jana J. Pruet
Republicans Say DOJ Has Gone ‘Totally Rogue’ After Lawsuit Against 2024 Senate Contender
House Passes Debt Ceiling Bill in Bipartisan Vote, Moves to Senate
White House Cautious About Calling China, Russia ‘Evil Regimes’