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.
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Catholic, Muslim and Ethiopian Orthodox parents sued the Montgomery County Board of Education on May 24, after it changed its parental-notification and opt-out policies.
The decision did not determine whether the policy itself is constitutional or legal but only that the parents in the lawsuit did not have grounds to sue.
Alexis and John Love, along with their eight children — Anthony, 18; Rosemary, 16; Thomas, 14; Cecilia, 13; Catherine, 10; Gloria, 9; Josie, 3; and Edmund, 1; as well as John’s mother, Sarah Kirk — arrived in Lisbon on July 29 as part of a 12-day trip to Portugal and Spain.
After careful analysis, this may be the earliest recorded case of an unprovoked fatal shark attack on a recreational swimmer in North America.
Laura Bogley, the executive director of Maryland Right to Life, said that taxpayers should not be forced to pay for abortion drugs.
As the nation plans to celebrate ‘LGBTQ’ inclusivity during ‘Pride Month,’ Muslim and Christian parents contend that their beliefs about family life and sexuality need to be respected.
Most Republicans opposed the legislation and fought to include amendments that would have prohibited Medicaid from covering sex change surgeries for children or at least required both parents to consent.
The legislation creates a different set of rules for public entities than it does for private entities.
The 456-page report claims to identify more than 600 victims. A four-year investigation has been conducted, drawing on hundreds of thousands of documents subpoenaed from the Archdiocese of Baltimore.