The attorney general’s lawsuit came after another lawsuit filed by several state residents and interest groups to block the sponsorship and funding for the Catholic charter school.
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Set in idyllic surroundings, this Cambridge school combines Montessori pedagogy with the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, attracting families from as far away as the United States.
GOP Presidential Hopeful Tim Scott Discusses Abortion, Immigration, Education and Beginning Each Day With Scripture
‘The fact of the matter is the Gospel always leads us in the right direction of providing assistance. ... I think we have an opportunity — not just a responsibility, but an opportunity — to live out that message.’
A petition started by Christian Concern on Oct. 17 asking the U.K.’s education secretary to ensure Leger is not banned from teaching in the nation had garnered more than 10,000 signatures by Friday
The ruling, issued by Judge John Van Laningham, advises the state’s Education Practices Commission to exonerate the teacher, Yojary Mundaray, and not take any further disciplinary action against her.
The Romeikes — father Uwe, mother Hannelore, and their then-five children — fled Germany in 2009 over the country’s severe compulsory education laws, which effectively outlaw home schooling and require all children to attend school outside the home.
The Teaching Vocation Conference hosted by The Heights Forum, an annual event held in Potomac, Maryland, is designed for men exploring professions as educators and provides a glimpse into the culture at The Heights School.
With Lawmakers Cracking Down on Parental Rights, California Families Weigh Options Amid Looming ‘Impasse’
As LGBTQ themes surface across school curriculum, Kathleen Domingo of the California Catholic Conference explains why opting-out may no longer be possible for Catholic families that want to safeguard their children.
And while the rules bar discrimination based on religion, officials gave exemptions to some faith-based providers — but not Catholic schools — that allow them to give preference for admission to their own congregants.