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Education

Hitting the Road – An FICer’s Week in Review

 

(Photo above: Our Executive Director demonstrates why he is the life of every party…)

 

For those who aren’t familiar with me, I am known as the Public …
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Why Pursue Survey if it Makes Students Feel Defensive?

The front page of Monday’s Waterbury Republican-American reads:

Litchfield High School senior Hannah Arnold plans to be one of the 406 students who take part in an anonymous ‘Profiles …
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Don’t Bench Jesus, UConn

UConn football coach Ernest Jones is in hot water for telling an interviewer, “We’re going to make sure [players] understand that Jesus Christ should be in the center of …
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Culture and Education: College Campus Indoctrination is No Fluke

Trinity College in Hartford is the third most expensive private school in the country: an education here carries a nearly $50,000-a-year price tag. For that kind of money, parents of …
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2013: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

In the six years since Peter Wolfgang became president of Family Institute of Connecticut Action, we have suffered only one major legislative defeat: the passage of the 2011 Bathroom …
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St. Joseph’s College Prof Supports Plan B for Young Girls

 

St. Joseph’s College Betrays Pro-Lifers, Again

The Food and Drug Administration has announced that it will allow the Morning After Pill–the potentially abortifacient Plan B drug–to be sold …
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Stop Mandated Assessments Bill

Family Institute of Connecticut Action opposes S.B. 374, An Act Requiring Behavioral Health Assessments for Children. This bill will have a public hearing this Friday, March 8th. Read all about …
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