For a full and detailed account of what Christina and Trevor Tutt have experienced over the past four months -- a run-in with CPS, the removal of their children by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, an ongoing legal fight to get them back -- read this. It's a one-sided narrativ ... More >>
It's the middle of a summer morning at Eban Village Apartments, and a half-dozen or so teenagers are gathered in the old leasing office of the nondescript complex two blocks south of Fair Park. A couple of them tool around on a bicycle stand, a couple more idle in a room crammed full of bikes, but, ... More >>
Jessica Lea Mayfield is only 21 years old, but her songs feel like they've been around much longer than that. Dark and heartbreaking, Mayfield's songs have a weight missing from many performers in her age group. Tell Me, Mayfield's sophomore full-length effort, came out this past February and featu ... More >>
To begin with this Friday morning, a tip o' the ballcap to the Dallas Angels of the Home School Athletic Association, who spent the week cruising through the Homeschool World Series Association 2009 World Series Championships in Pensacola, Florida, besting the Augusta Crusaders, the Montgomery Saint ... More >>
The Nasher discusses Segal's techniques
Conclusive evidence that man and dinosaurs coexisted. If little else happens in a Christian's life, he should develop a certain measure of humility. That, after all, is the character of Jesus Christ, who emptied himself of his rights and privileges as God's only son to die for sorry folks like you ... More >>
For Quinn Eaker, a son of the radical "unschooling" movement, school's out forever
Talking smack wreaks high school havoc in Mean Girls
Thirteen-year-old Chris Beamon ended up in jail because of a homework assignment. Now the adults who put him there are trying to get their stories straight.
Thousands of Texans say they can do a better job teaching their children at home. But some local truant officers claim parents are using a massive loophole in Texas law to skip school altogether.
How taxpayers -- including you, if you hit the flea market in Canton -- are subsidizing the Christian right
At Dallas' old Ambassador hotel, Mr. Gothard's good girls learn the virtues of remaining pure