(The Conversation) — U.S. courts have long wrestled with the extent to which government funding can be used at private religious schools. School-choice advocates have won key cases at the Supreme Court in recent years, opening up more ways for public dollars to support faith-based education. But Oklahoma pushed the […]
On March 30, the Notre Dame Law School Religious Liberty Initiative hosted a panel discussion that explored the dynamic and complex intersection of education and religious liberty. The event featured accomplished attorneys who have taken up cases that pose questions about the interpretation of the Free Exercise Clause in relation […]
Future regulation faculty students who are LGBTQ have a range of methods to look at and concerns to inquire when seeking for an institution which is right for them. Learning about a regulation school’s curriculum, affinity teams and team users can enable an applicant evaluate how supportive and welcoming the […]
Afghanistan’s schools have reopened for the new academic year, but hundreds of thousands of teenage girls remain barred from attending classes as Taliban authorities ban their attendance in secondary school. Education Minister Habibullah Agha confirmed in a statement that schools up to grade six “will currently be open for girls”, […]
PSR’s Center for LGBTQ and Gender Studies in Religionhosts two marquee events in April Black queer theology is about, “finding oneself in the All Mighty and loving yourself completely at all your intersections,” according to Roland Stringfellow, the managing director of Pacific School of Religion’s (PSR) Center for LGBTQ and […]
LONDON, March 10 (Reuters) – Young children returning to faculty just after an health issues-ravaged December provided an unexpected, 1-off raise to Britain’s economy in January, when expansion in output exceeded forecasts, data showed on Friday.
The Office environment for Countrywide Statistics (ONS) reported Britain’s economy expanded .3% […]