On January 18, 2023, Alaska’s Principal of the Year, Mary Fulp, was forcefully removed from her home, admitted to Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, subjected to psychiatric testing, tied to a gurney, and injected with psychotropic medication1. The chain of events that unfolded could provide the basic ingredients of a sci-fi horror tale. In the world of non-fiction, it was a personal nightmare for Mary Fulp. It also opened up a constitutional hornets nest.
A deeper look at how colleges have escalated the cost of education, making it difficult for students to avoid debt.
Accused of hacking a website of the State of Missouri, a journalist and his newspaper are being charged for criminal activity.
Is Public Education Beyond Repair?
The controversy over critical race theory has peeled away several layers of our society that, like an onion, can only bring tears.
One year ago it would be inconceivable that two opposite sides of the education policy debate would find themselves in the same boat, but that is where we are heading this Fall. It would have been unthinkable in 2019 that our school children would be receiving their education at home and not in our schools….