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January 4, 2022

Kids Last? Chicago Schools Cancel Classes as Teachers Strike

CV NEWS FEED // Education officials are facing renewed criticism as the Chicago Teachers Union voted Tuesday to refuse to provide in-person learning to the city’s
January 10, 2022

Explosion of Calls for School Choice Among State Lawmakers

CV NEWS FEED // A number of states are taking action to provide education funding for families to send their children to schools of their choice
January 11, 2022

Chicago: Liberal Pollster Calls School Closures ‘Huge Liability’ For Dems

CV NEWS FEED // As the Chicago Teachers Union backed down from a strike that led to Chicago schools canceling classes for five days, liberal pollster
January 12, 2022

Education Reformer Outlines Agenda for 2022

CV NEWS FEED // Education reformer Christopher Rufo recently outlined his agenda for 2022 in a series of tweets. “My goal this year is for 10+
January 14, 2022

Dems Sink School Choice, Promise to Fix Schools in ‘50 Years’

CV NEWS FEED // A bill that would have provided school choice by giving scholarships for underprivileged students to attend private schools failed this week in
January 17, 2022

California Removes Pagan Incantations from Schools After Parents Sue

CV NEWS FEED // After a lawsuit on behalf of parents, the State of California has permanently removed a pagan incantation from a curriculum guide for
February 7, 2022

Could Catholic Schools Save America?

EDITOR’s NOTE: Dr. Richard Brake is the headmaster of St. Michael High School in Petoskey, MI. He recently delivered a very compelling speech outlining his vision
February 10, 2022

Wisconsin Lawmaker Mocks School Parents, Deletes Tweet

CV NEWS FEED // Wisconsin state Rep. Lee Snodgrass, D-Appleton, posted a disrespectful comment about parents who want school choice for their children Thursday. She quickly
February 23, 2022

Liberal Columnist Faces Backlash for Writing Against Parents Rights

CV NEWS FEED // New York Magazine senior writer Sarah Jones faced backlash after penning an essay against the growing movement for parents’ rights in education.