Education

Catholic schools, public universities, etc

Gavin Newsom to stop body shaming
Will suspend physical fitness tests in schools

California students would stop taking a mandatory physical fitness test under a proposal by Gov. Gavin Newsom intended to protect children from body shaming, bullying and gender identity discrimination. State law requires California schools to give all

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Gavin Newsom to stop body shaming
Will suspend physical fitness tests in schools
2020-02-12T15:41:31-08:00

L.A. religious education congress promoted by archdiocese
Criticized by faithful Catholics

Faithful from across the United States and other parts of the world will attend the 2020 Religious Education Congress (RECongress) – the nation’s largest annual gathering of Catholics – the weekend of February 20-23 at the

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L.A. religious education congress promoted by archdiocese
Criticized by faithful Catholics
2020-02-13T08:25:19-08:00

Catholic college presidents say they need Fr. James Martin
He will help with unisex bathrooms, ­non-binary language

LGBT advocate Fr. James Martin has been invited to speak at a meeting of Catholic college and university presidents to offer advice on how to deal with current issues of sex and gender within their institutions. The

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Catholic college presidents say they need Fr. James Martin
He will help with unisex bathrooms, ­non-binary language
2020-02-10T12:25:02-08:00

Those “Dear Colleague” letters from the Obama education department
How gender ideology got imposed on schools

Now that the presidential election nears, many of us in the Catholic world are pondering how Catholic interests will make themselves heard in the contest. Yet in pondering these matters, many Catholics are coming to recognize

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Those “Dear Colleague” letters from the Obama education department
How gender ideology got imposed on schools
2020-02-09T13:10:37-08:00

Cal State-San Marcos settles with pro-lifers
Court-ordered settlement prohibiting viewpoint discrimination will apply to all 23 schools in Cal State system

A California state university has this week agreed to revise its policies and pay more than $240,000 in fees after a federal court last summer found that the university had discriminated against a student pro-life group

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Cal State-San Marcos settles with pro-lifers
Court-ordered settlement prohibiting viewpoint discrimination will apply to all 23 schools in Cal State system
2020-02-06T18:03:29-08:00

Joseph Mueller, S.J. new head of Berkeley school of theology
Santa Clara-affiliated school provides advanced degrees to Jesuits

Joseph G. Mueller, S.J., the rector of Marquette University’s Jesuit Community and a seasoned administrator and professor of theology, has been chosen as the new dean of the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University (JST-SCU).

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Joseph Mueller, S.J. new head of Berkeley school of theology
Santa Clara-affiliated school provides advanced degrees to Jesuits
2020-01-23T13:55:34-08:00

Muslims and NAACP join sex-ed fight in Sacramento
Dr. Ahmed Sobah to testify for Morrell bill on Wednesday

An Islamic advocacy organization and a branch of the NAACP are joining together with Christian organizations from around California to support a bill requiring increased transparency and parental oversight of sex education lessons taught in public elementary

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Muslims and NAACP join sex-ed fight in Sacramento
Dr. Ahmed Sobah to testify for Morrell bill on Wednesday
2020-01-15T06:56:13-08:00

Sex ed reform rally in Sacramento Jan. 15
SB 673 asks curriculum to be put online

Parental rights and faith-based organizations from around California will be gathering at the state capitol next week to support a bill that prevents elementary schools from hiding comprehensive sex education lessons from parents. Senator Mike

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Sex ed reform rally in Sacramento Jan. 15
SB 673 asks curriculum to be put online
2020-01-08T13:31:15-08:00