Oregon dentist running for school board talks district response to sexual materials in school
Dr. Michael Bratland discussed reports that a teacher asked students their 'sexual fantasy' for a health class lesson and the subsequent Eugene 4J School Board response.
Altria buying vape maker NJOY for $2.75B
Altria will buy vape-maker NJOY and absorb the company’s NJOY ACE production as the only e-vapor product with market authorizations from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Rhode Island school district cancels honors classes to promote equity
Nicole Neily weighs in as parents slam school for removing honors courses on 'Fox Business Tonight.'
DC elementary schools hosted presentation on anti-racism
Children's Scholarship Fund national president Darla Romfo says 'what we are teaching in schools is as shocking what we are not teaching' on 'Fox Business Tonight.'
Enrollment sank in remote-learning districts: Data
Cato Institute's Educational Freedom director Neal McCluskey weighs in on the public education crisis on 'Kennedy.'
GOP lawmaker slams Disney's corporate radicalism
Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-NY, and Fox News contributor Deneen Borelli slam Disney's position on Florida's parental rights law on 'The Evening Edit.'
Jason Chaffetz calls for the firing of California officials who raided a preschool
Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz slams California officials for raiding a preschool over mask policies on 'The Evening Edit.'
Congressman proposes bill providing $10K to students for in-person learning
Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis discusses providing $10K to students whose schools are closed due to COVID to send their children to in-person schools, the money would come from unspent funds from the American Rescue Plan.
Schools consider remote learning amid omicron surge
Columnist Bill McGurn reacts to an increasing number of schools considering remote learning in response to the COVID surge on 'Fox Business Tonight.'
SEC targets conservative investors just as IRS targeted Tea Party orgs, shareholder group claims
The National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project, a conservative shareholder activist organization, is alleging that the Securities and Exchange Commission displayed anti-conservative bias in allowing companies to reject its shareholder proposals.