Three Global Climate Cases Move International Human Rights Law Debate
April 06, 2023
Three international cases linking climate and human rights advanced last week as the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the United Nations (U.N.) heard cases holding governments accountable for their commitments to climate change.
Heritage: Florida Sets Example on School Choice
April 05, 2023
According to the Heritage Foundation, Florida continues its tradition of enabling parents to make the best education choices for their children by passing House Bill 1 which expands the state’s education savings account (ESA) policy to all K-12 allowing parents to customize their children’s education.
CPC Urges Biden to Use Executive Power to Advance their Agenda
April 03, 2023
A document created by the Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) outlines specific areas that they believe President Biden can curtail the Republican controlled House to enact their objectives through the use of his executive powers in the White House.
House Republicans pass Parents Bill of Rights
March 29, 2023
U.S. House Republicans passed an education bill that emphasizes parental rights in the classroom, requiring that schools publish their curricula publicly as well as giving parents a say when schools or updating or creating their policies for student privacy.
Curriculum Developed under Yale Medical School Causes Concern Among Parents
March 22, 2023
Fox News reports that an increasing number of parents are concerned about the curriculum being implemented in public school’s across the United States that was developed by Yale’s Center for Emotional Intelligence at the medical school's Child Study Center that uses emotional tactics to persuade reactions in children concerning social justice and other « woke » principles.