Problems with FEPA

Dr. Karen Effrem shares her recent edition of Education Liberty Watchin which she includes the following three articles by national leaders to help continue to explain the problems with FEPA:  Here to Help? Congress Thinks Government Bureaucrats Belong In The Home  – by Emmett McGroarty and Jane … Continue reading

Student Privacy Letter!

PLEASE SIGN THIS LETTER TODAY TO SUPPORT STUDENT DATA & PSYCHOLOGICAL PRIVACY! Dear Friend of Education Liberty and Student Privacy, After your great work in the last session of Congress to stand against the privacy and freedom of conscience-violating Strengthening … Continue reading

Ohio requests feedback on updated academic standards

July 7, 2017 Robert Lattimer, our Eagle Forum Science Chairman reports, that Ohio requests feedback on updated academic standards. The Ohio Department of Education is updating the state’s science, social studies, and financial literacy standards.  The Department is currently taking input on … Continue reading

May 2017 Eagle Forum Report

Schools of Mischief Using Schools To Retrain Kids’ Emotions — What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Academic Freedom in K-12 Science Education Defund the Department that Does Not Educate Download or view Report here … Continue reading

Nebraska Legislature

March 10, 2017 Kathy Wilmot contributed the following on behalf of Eagle Forum of Nebraska: a press release written to educate Nebraskans about various bills including LR6, our Con-Con bill (they refer to as Convention of States) was just prioritized this … Continue reading

Streamlining the Texas science standards

February 17, 2017 TEXAS – Bob Lattimer, Eagle Forum’s Science Issues Chairman, submitted an excellent article he wrote titled, “Streamlining” the Texas science standards. The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in science dates back to 2010.  While the TEKS … Continue reading

Devos Confirmed – Vigilance is Critical

February 10, 2017 The Senate confirmed President Trump’s nominee for education secretary, Betsy DeVos. Dr. Karen Effrem, Eagle Forum’s Education Issues Chair, said in response, “We will need to work towards getting her to approve all state plans even if … Continue reading

The Romeike Homeschooling Case

Court Watch

VOL. 15, NO. 5 June 26, 2013 Attorney General Holder v. the Statue of Liberty: The Romeike Homeschooling Case By Virginia Armstrong, Ph.D., National Chairman “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” … Continue reading


Education RECENT POSTS COMMON CORE Common Core articles Federal Education Budget ALERTS PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY COLUMN PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY REPORTS EAGLE FORUM REPORT Data Privacy Managed Economy/School-To-Work PreK School Safety Social Emotional Learning CHANNEL ONE HOMESCHOOL PRIVACY TECHNOLOGY COLLEGE PHONICS … Continue reading