The Ideological Battle for American Schools

How do we occupy shared spaces without a common vision?

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America’s culture wars are intensifying in the nation’s classrooms and board meetings. How long can this public institution withstand the tug-of-war between ideologically opposed groups?

Public school board meetings across the country appear to be the hottest ticket in…

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Aaron J. Anderson

Aaron J. Anderson

CEO of Logos Academy & LogosWorks in York, PA, Dad of 6, Pastor. www.aaronjanderson.com

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