American education has descended into a spiral of despair. Teachers unions, academic administrators, and federal bureaucrats work together every day to ensure children receive a subpar education.

Once the greatest system in the world, America's education ranking has moved into a position lower than most first world nations. Although we spend more than ever before, there appears to be no statistical benefit to the spending boom in teacher salaries and glorious pension payouts.

Even with our studious Department of Education, where over 500 employees make more than 150,000 dollars per year, student achievement continues to lag. The educational bureaucracy has grown exponentially; over 4000 US Department of Ed. employees, thousands of state education workers, and tens of thousands of ambiguous administrators run the show for our children.

And never fret: the union bosses work in the back office ensuring hundred of millions of teacher donations head straight into democratic party coffers (and their own unassuming pockets).

Colleges and universities consistently demonstrate a lack of new skills or knowledge for students paying tens of thousands of dollars a year to attend them. Meanwhile, an ever greater portion of tuition dollars (and even government funding) goes to administrative expenses and opulent student recreation centers. The idea of tertiary education providing a strong foundation to upstart future careers has become almost nonexistent in contemporary America. All that is left to be done in your four years of college is protest Trump and get drunk (or high).

Our system has lost the original values of hard work, honesty, integrity, and truth. Absolutism, a belief in pure facts, has evolved into relativism, a misconstrued ideology encouraging the abandonment of answers.

Personal gain is the name of the game in public education, and any attempt to act otherwise is faced with opposition. Secretary Betsy Devos, a champion of charter schools and an open market for education, suffers a daily onslaught of sheer hatred from the left. This cause is too important to give up on, because it really is for the children.

Texas Moves a Step Closer to Banning Diversity Programs in Higher Education
On Monday, Texas lawmakers passed a bill to end Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programs at state colleges and universities.
Madeline Leesman

Pervert Parade: An Insane Number of Teachers Have Been Arrested for Sex Crimes This Year
The freak shows have entered the classroom.
Matt Vespa

UPenn Nominates Male Athlete Lia Thomas as NCAA ‘Woman of the Year`
Lia Thomas made headlines this past year for crushing his competition in NCAA women’s swimming. After years of being a mediocre swimmer on the men’s team, Thomas identified as transgender

These are the words colleges don`t want you to say
Amid a nationwide movement to remove statue and symbols in the name of social justice, colleges have begun banning certain words and phrases.
Jezzamine Wolk

WATCH: Pro-abortion students protest Justice Samuel Alito
The students were then met by pro-life counter-protesters. I`m out here because abortion is a very important issue.
Alexa Schwerha

To Protect Kids We Need To Fire A Lot Of Teachers
Thank God for the Twitter account “Libs of TikTok.” Whoever the anonymous woman running that account is, she’s doing the Lord’s work
Derek Hunter

EDUCATION Published 2 days ago Michigan professor wearing space helmet tells students they are `vectors of disease` in Zoom rant
Ferris State professor Barry Mehler had a message for students who wanted to file a complaint with a school dean: `F--k you`
Adam Sabes

`Loudoun School Board Was Informed Of Alleged Sexual Assault The Day It Happened: Report
The entire Loudoun County school board was informed of an alleged sexual assault in a high school bathroom the day it occurred
Luke Rosiak

Brandeis warns students not to say ‘picnic,’ ‘rule of thumb,’ calling words ‘oppressive’
The rule of thumb at this ultra-woke college is, don’t say “rule of thumb.”
Bernadette Hogan, Carl Campanile and Bruce Golding
NY Post

A Plan to Get Divisive & Radical Theories Out of Our Schools
As a candidate, Joe Biden’s number one promise was to “unite” America. Yet in his first months as president, his number one priority has been to divide our country by race and gender at every turn.
Donald J.Trump
Real Clear Politics

Michael Ingmire: America Needs a Critical Thinking Theory
Like many supposedly “new concepts” CRT is an amalgamation of older ideas. In the 1960’s, there was a concept enacted called Critical Legal Studies.
Michael Ingmire

Penn State bans more words
In this week’s edition of campus madness, we return to Penn State, where administrators are striking another blow against the patriarchy by banning more words.

A reckoning for school boards
School board directors work for the tax-paying citizens in the District, not for the superintendent or the teacher’s union. And this May, that should be made clear.
Beth Ann Rosica
broad and liberty

Ivy League pockets millions from COVID stimulus as endowments reach record values
In Fiscal Year 2020, all but one of the eight Ivy League institutions reported considerable growth in their already billion-dollar endowments.
Dion J. Pierre
campus reform
`To fight racism, Cornell renames its English department The English department will be renamed the “department of literatures in English” to fight against racism.
Benjamin Zeisloft
Campus Reform

Penn State will fund research on ‘Raising Antiracist Kids,` including infants
Program events include sessions for age groups as young as 0-4
Ben Zeisloft
Campus Reform

Government Experiment Brainwashes Children to Manipulate Conservative Parents
They’re not your children anymore. They’re a “treatment group.”
Daniel Greenfield
Frontpage Mag

EXCLUSIVE: Portland School Teachers Now Obligated To Help Illegal Alien Students Evade I.C.E. Agents
What to do if you’re a teacher in Portland Public Schools...
Brock Simmons
Gateway Pundit

LGBTQ History Lessons Coming to New Jersey Classrooms
New Jersey became the second state in the nation to require LGBTQ history to be taught in public schools when Governor Phil Murphy signed a new bill on Thursday.
Alexander Modiano