The President Supports SEE Goals

The President Supports SEE Goals

At CPAC the president gave a great speech- in it he showed support for one on SEE’s main goals. He wants to end the bias that universities show by censoring conservative viewpoints. They will not receive tax dollars if they act in ways that contradict the first amendment.

Tara Covington

In November of 2017, Tara Covington was a featured presenter at the first annual Central Valley Women’s Economic Impact Center Symposium sponsored by the Fresno Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce located in Fresno, California. As a result of that event, she was...

What if Gays Were Taught Not to Act Gay

What if Gays Were Taught Not to Act Gay

Imagine the national outrage if colleges offered courses teaching gays not to act gay. Yet, universities across the country offers courses dedicated to what they regard as the biggest problem in the country: men acting as men. A course offered at Ohio State...

Pacific Legal Foundation Case – Robinson v Wentzell

Pacific Legal Foundation Case – Robinson v Wentzell

Eight Hartford parents filed a federal lawsuit today challenging the Connecticut State Department of Education’s race-based enrollment quotas and lottery for the city’s magnet schools. The parents are represented free of charge by Pacific Legal Foundation, which defends individual liberty nationwide.
Magnet schools are public schools that offer special instruction and opportunities to attract a more diverse student body. In Hartford, magnet schools far outpace traditional public schools in terms of student achievement.

Corruption trial in Baltimore

Corruption trial in Baltimore

Former Baltimore County School Superintendent Dallas Dance pleaded guilty Thursday to four counts of perjury for failing to disclose nearly $147,000 he earned from consulting jobs — including payments from a company he helped win a no-bid contract with the school system.
Prosecutors recommended a sentence of five years and want Dance to serve 18 months in jail. A sentencing hearing was scheduled for April 20, Dance’s 38th birthday.

Black Parents Workshop Sues

Black Parents Workshop Sues

“We have completely failed our children, and it’s time that the school district is held accountable,” said Walter Fields, chair of the Black Parents Workshop.
Fields and the Black Parents Workshop have filed a civil rights lawsuit against the South Orange-Maplewood School District, or SOMA, on behalf of African-American students, they claim the district deliberately segregates into less challenging courses.
“We want the same opportunities for our children as any white family. And so the notion that South Orange and Maplewood is some integrated community that’s diverse and progressive is false when you look at the history of how it’s treated African-American children,” said Fields.

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