Emergency room visits for mental health for children ages 5-11 and 12-17 increased by 24 percent and 31 percent since the start of the pandemic. Visits for suicidal ideation, attempts, and self-harm among children rose by more than 2.5 times."
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether a state may exclude families from an otherwise generally available student-aid program simply because they send their children to schools that provide religious instruction.
The CDC is supposed to be a leader in the scientific community, not an echo chamber for left-wing talking points.
Laws banning tuition assistance to religious schools were pioneered by the Ku Klux Klan, who enacted laws in numerous states aimed at Catholics.
The Court is considering whether Maine violated religious liberty rights by restricting the use of otherwise generally available student-aid programs to non-religious schools.
“What qualifies partisan teachers unions, other than generous contributions to allied politicians, to provide the CDC with public health guidance on reopening schools? The CDC is corrupted by politics and is dishonest when it suggests it is merely ‘following the science.’”
In nearly every state, the heads of public-sector unions have at least some power to force teachers, police officers, firefighters and other public employees into one-size-fits-all contracts that make public services more responsive to the interests of union bosses than to those of the public.
“Decisions about what to teach students in school are being made by bureaucrats and teachers unions, often without the input from parents. As a result, parents across the country are flocking to their local school board to demand transparency and to oppose dangerous ideologies, like critical race theory.”
"This is what happens when you reward people for staying at home and throw gasoline on an inflation fire with socialist spending packages. If Congressional Democrats and the Biden administration really want to help struggling Americans, they will get out of job creators’ way and suspend with Pelosi’s $3.5 trillion spending spree which will double down on the worst of today’s jobs report.”
For nearly nine months, unelected bureaucrats at the Department of Education have violated the Constitution by refusing to deliver the commissions and acknowledge the appointments of two professors to the National Board for Education Sciences by President Trump.