New York City School Chancellor David Banks attends the National Action Network Convention in New York

K-12 School Leaders Reject Allegations That They Let Antisemitism Run Rampant

The first of the antisemitism hearings to focus on K-12 education comes amid a wave of pro-Palestinian student protests that have washed across dozens of U.S. universities.

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Arizona Law, Already Vetoed Once by Governor Ducey, Still Threatens First Amendment Rights in Education

The Arizona state legislature continues to consider a bill that would drastically curtail LGBTQ-themed education and discussion in the state’s K-12 schools. Despite already being vetoed once by Governor Doug Ducey due to its obvious First Amendment problems, the proposed law has been brought back by its legislative sponsor. If passed, the law would squelch important and timely expression in educational institutions throughout the state.

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