Jane Robbins

‘Libertarian’ Gary Johnson Prefers Government Control to Religious Freedom

Conservatives may be taking a second look at Libertarian Party nominee and former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson. But if they are concerned about the obliteration of traditional American values in the culture wars — especially government-enforced submission to the new sexual (LGBT) orthodoxy — Johnson isn’t the solution.

The Associated Press

How to Hide the Flaws in Common Core

Within the last two weeks both houses of Congress passed legislation that will effectively cement the Common Core national standards, or something very similar, in state school systems (politicians’ claims to the contrary are unfortunately mistaken). In light of clear evidence that Common Core is substandard, the creators and proponents are busily rearranging the educational furniture to hide the evidence.

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TEKS and APUSH Are Like Oil and Water, They Do Not Mix

On Friday September 19th, the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE) will consider a resolution presented by Board member Ken Mercer. The resolution will request that the College Board rewrite its Advanced Placement U.S. History (APUSH) course and exam “in

TEKS and APUSH Are Like Oil and Water, They Do Not Mix

The New AP US History Exam: Deal or No Deal?

In August the first wave of approximately 500,000 high school sophomores and juniors will begin courses based on the College Board’s redesigned AP US History Framework. The new Framework is a poorly organized and biased document that presents a consistently

The New AP US History Exam: Deal or No Deal?

New AP US History Framework Prioritizes America's Faults

Now that the 2013 – 2014 school year is in their rearview mirrors, thousands of AP US History teachers are focusing for the first time on the College Board’s new “redesigned” APUSH Framework. Many teachers are shocked and dismayed by

New AP US History Framework Prioritizes America's Faults

The College Board's Attack on American History

Imagine having your teenager emerge from a U.S. history course with only a vague recognition of the name “George Washington.” Suppose that course mentioned the father of our country with reference to only one speech – no discussion of his

The College Board's Attack on American History