An Important Victory for Christian Educator Freedoms!

At Christian Educators, we have been monitoring the case of Coach Kennedy for several years. With his recent victory at the Supreme Court, we are pleased to present guidance on what this case means for public school educators. I am grateful for this wisdom from Dr. Clint Elliott, the chairman of our Christian Educators Board […]

Christian Educators bringing the compassion of Jesus to Ukrainian refugees

New update Apr 5, 2022 About the campaign Mar 29, 2022 Have you wanted to help with the suffering of Ukrainians, but weren’t sure how? I would like to invite you, as a Christian educator, to come alongside other Christian educators who are providing critical help to Ukrainian refugees. I often get asked about the “I” in […]

Washington Education Watch, April, 2021

The most recent chapter in the effort to prescribe a nationwide history and/or civics curriculum for students began in 2020 with the release of the New York Times 1619 Project, which was developed to reframe the traditional narrative of American history around the history of slavery in the United States. President Trump reacted to the 1619 Project […]

Washington Education Watch, March, 2021

As February drew to a close the House of Representatives passed the Equality Act, a controversial piece of legislation that would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other federal statutes. According to the congressional summary, House Resolution 5 “prohibits discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity in areas including public accommodations and facilities, […]

Washington Education Watch, February, 2021

Last month’s column prompted more messages of both objection and support than any other column I have written. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your thoughts. The responses from members provided a broad perspective that I could not have done alone. I would encourage you to look over that column and the responses.  You will […]

Washington Education Watch, January, 2021

Now that the inauguration of President Joe Biden is behind us it is time to assess where things stand in the capital. The Senate and House are under the control of the Democrats: the House by a slim margin and the Senate by the slimmest of margins in which Vice President Kamala Harris will be […]

Washington Education Watch, December, 2020

As mentioned in last month’s column, the former president of the National Education Association, Lily Esklesen Garcia, is being talked about as a possible contender for a nomination to serve as the Secretary of Education. The rumor continues to have life, to the point where some advocacy groups are beginning to dig into her past. Even […]

Washington Education Watch, November, 2020

This has been a remarkable election. And while I wish I could say that it is all over now, it certainly is not.  The uncertainty caused by numerous states moving quickly to expanded early voting and relaxing requirements on mail-in ballots, at times even changing the rules mid-election, has left us with a situation where it […]

Washington Education Watch, October, 2020

Some of you may have already cast your ballot in the upcoming election. We are told that well over ten million of our fellow citizens have already voted. However, many of you, like me, will be waiting to vote until much closer to the election. Here are a few resources and thoughts you may wish […]