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Texas Teacher Gets 10 Years for Sending Pornographic Images to Teen

A West Texas high school teacher and girls’ athletic coach was sentenced to serve 10 years in prison after admitting he tried to send pornographic images to a 15-year-old female student with whom authorities believed he had a sexual relationship last year.

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Nebraska Principal Bans Candy Canes, Says ‘J’ Shape Signifies Jesus

The principal of an elementary school in Elkhorn, Nebraska banned teachers from using candy canes in the classroom because they are in the shape of a “J,” which she believes stands for Jesus. She has been since placed on leave by the school district.

Chicago Charter Teachers Strike

Teachers’ Unions Back Nation’s First Charter School Strike

“There is absolutely no good reason to put students and parents through the upheaval of a strike. The sad fact is that interests from outside our community are using our students and our schools as a means to advance their national anti-charter platform.”

Pro-life supporters gather at the Washington Monument to hear Vice President Mike Pence speak at the March for Life rally on January 27, 2017 in Washington,DC. Anti-abortion activists are gathering for the 44th annual March for Life in Washington, protesting the 1973 Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. / AFP / …

University of Idaho Bans Pro-Life, Two-Genders Posts on Student-Run Feminist Blog

A University of Idaho administrator has banned a female student from expressing pro-life views and stating that women have XX chromosomes on a university feminist blog, accusing the student of writing in a way that “directly challenges” opposing viewpoints. The Administrator advised the female student that she should avoid “hot button” issues in her future feminist blog articles.

In this Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018 photo, students walk on the campus of Miami Dade College, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Democrats Oppose Due Process for Students Accused of Sexual Misconduct

Democrat Sens. Patty Murray of Washington and Maggie Hasson of New Hampshire have fueled an effort to create the narrative the Trump Education Department’s proposed Title IX rule makes college campuses more “dangerous,” especially for women, and will allow sexual assault to go without response.