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Mom sounds off after teacher compares son’s ‘Build the Wall’ shirt to swastika

Victor Skinner, EAGNEWS.org  KENNEWICK, Wash. – A Washington mother vented her frustrations on Facebook about how her Trump-supporting son was recently treated by his teacher at school, and the post ignited an uproar. On Jan. 20, President Trump’s inauguration day, Chinook Middle School student Jack Fischer learned a lesson he won’t soon forget, according to

Maryland school employee fired for correcting student’s spelling on Twitter

Victor Skinner, EAGNEWS.org  FREDERICK, Md. – A Maryland school employee was fired last week after she jokingly corrected a student’s spelling on Twitter. Frederick County Public Schools’ web experience coordinator Katie Nash thought she was doing what administrators wanted – engaging with students online – when she responded to a student Jan. 5 who wrote

Utah elementary school offers ‘After School Satan Club’ for 5-year-olds

Victor Skinner, EAGNEWS.org TALYORSVILLE, Utah – Students at Vista Elementary School now have new options for after school activities – the After School Satan Club. The club is the latest to launch as part of nationwide effort by The Satanic Temple to mock Christian and other religious student organizations that work with students in public

‘White privilege’ threatens to upend upcoming Women’s March on Washington

Victor Skinner, EAGNEWS.org WASINGTON, D.C. – The intense focus on “white privilege” that has permeated public schools and college campuses across the country is now fracturing the supposed solidarity among women on the far left. The evidence of the emerging fault line surfaced most recently in a Monday New York Times article about a progressive

Big-spending NY district w/ poor academic results condemns Trump Ed Sec pick

Victor Skinner, EAGNEWS.org BROOKHAVEN, N.Y. – A New York school district is objecting to President-elect Donald Trump’s pick of school choice advocate Betsy DeVos to head the Department of Education, despite years of academic failures and ever-increasing school budgets. The Board of Education for Long Island’s Patchogue-Medford School District approved a resolution shortly before Christmas