RENO, Nev., -- Since we released our call for body cameras in a Nevada school district, a nationwide outcry over political speech in the classroom has led us to join the fight on a national level.

"The response has been overwhelming. Parents from across the nation are contacting us wanting help to make this idea a reality in their district, "said Karen England, Executive Director and Founder of Nevada Family Alliance.

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The New American Save Our Children

The well-being of America’s children is being sacrificed on the altar of globalism and social justice. It’s time to get them out of the public schools.

Time is running out.

The progressive resetting of American public schools is about to be unleashed with full force on drowsy, preoccupied, and COVID-weary families from coast to coast and from preschool through high school. What we’ve seen accelerating for months now — rolled out in experimental and ham-fisted ways on virtual platforms and behind the fog of masked and socially distanced chaos — is about to become the primary way to “teach” our children and oversee “education” in government schools. New, transformative education mandates will also redirect the learning policies of the majority of private and so-called religious schools that take their pedagogical cues not from classical education or scriptural models, but from ideologically driven university departments of education, with their tenured armies of social justice-drunk educrats and administrators.

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BJU Engineering Team IGVC 2021

The Bob Jones University robotics team placed second in design and second overall in the 28th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (IGVC) at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan, June 4-7. The team was awarded a total of $2,000 in prize money and presented with a trophy commemorating their achievement.

Due to challenges related to the coronavirus pandemic and reduced in-person education at some institutions, BJU competed against a smaller field of competitors this year which included Cedarville University, Gannon University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Lawrence Technological University, Oakland University, University of Oklahoma and Wayne State University. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University won the Grand Award. 

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North Greenville University announces Spring 2021 Dean’s List for carrying a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher while taking a minimum of 12 hours.
North Greenville University announces Spring 2021 Dean’s List for carrying a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher while taking a minimum of 12 hours.

North Greenville University (NGU) released its Spring 2021 Dean’s List. Undergraduate students named to the Dean’s List carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher while taking a minimum of 12 hours. Online and traditional students attending the Tigerville Campus recognized for this academic achievement are alphabetized by the city in the attached pdf. Congratulations to the students for this achievement.

NGU offers more than 115 areas of study across certificate, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and early college opportunities. Online. In-person. At our main campus in Tigerville, SC, the Tim Brashier Campus in Greer, SC, or several educational centers around the U.S. One university, many locations. Every day. Epic. Learn more.

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RENO, Nev. -- With more and more teachers choosing indoctrination over education, one parents' rights activist has a novel proposal: make teachers wear body cameras.

Parents in Washoe County School District (WCSD) have become frustrated with the lack of transparency by teachers promoting a social justice narrative.

"Every day we are told of another incident where a teacher is violating the privacy of a student or contradicting the lessons taught by parents at home. Creating a record that could be viewed by appropriate parties, if necessary, might be the best way to urge teachers to stick to traditional teaching," said Karen England, Executive Director and Founder of Nevada Family Alliance.

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North Greenville University celebrates its first NGUleads graduating class. The year-long program, which began Fall 2020, offers enhanced professional development leadership training for NGU faculty and staff participants
North Greenville University celebrates its first NGUleads graduating class. The year-long program, which began Fall 2020, offers enhanced professional development leadership training for NGU faculty and staff participants

North Greenville University (NGU) celebrated its first NGUleads graduating class, at the Cherokee Valley Golf Club in Travelers Rest. The year-long program, which began Fall 2020, offers enhanced professional development leadership training for NGU faculty and staff participants.

"Leadership is both integral to and an overflow of a healthy community. NGU is committed to cultivating leaders who will serve the university for its next-generation and who will serve the region's churches and organizations," said NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant Jr. "We are blessed with a number of strategic senior leaders who have a passion for developing the next generation and look forward to seeing how this pipeline strengthens us for years to come."

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Seated six feet apart across a football field, yet bound together like no other class in decades, North Greenville University's (NGU) 2021 graduates celebrated their degrees on a beautiful foothills evening Friday, April 30.

With their families looking on from the stands in Younts Stadium – socially distanced but thankfully inside the campus landmark – the graduates were challenged to "listen to God."

"Do you do that?" asked commencement speaker Bill Reeves. "Do you spend any time in the day listening to him?"

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