Our universities are in trouble, both secular and Christian. But that should come as no surprise, because it's not just a matter of college. Our schools are pushing Social Emotional Learning from kindergarten on. Mindfulness is key, and it's a starting point. Through mindfulness, the child's brain is emptied for rewiring. Make no mistake: schools want to educate "the whole child," and that means rewiring children's brains to reject the things we hold dear, including basic piety towards God and family, father and mother.



National School Choice Week is a charitable and non-partisan effort to raise awareness of effective K-12 education options. This year, it [ran] from January 23-29. According to its website, “Every child is unique, and all children learn differently. Some children might succeed at the neighborhood public school, while others might fit in better at a charter, magnet, online, private or home learning environment.” . . .



It’s back to school time in America. That used to be a joyous occasion. Remember the days when teachers would send home “supply” lists of things that students needed to prepare them for the rigors of learning reading, writing, and arithmetic? Remember your children getting their textbooks which helped them critically think, do math and geometry, and learn science and religion so as to become the adults that our culture needed to carry on the experiment of virtuously living “free” lives faithfully and rigorously for the sake of the next generation?