Don't Shackle Parents with Government Subsidies

Stop State ESAs and Vouchers

ACT NOW: State legislatures are increasingly considering and enacting school vouchers and Education Savings Accounts (ESAs). Although these proposals might sound good, they severely threaten individual freedom and parental rights by shackling parents and religious schools to government funding — and the various strings attached. It is imperative that state legislators oppose vouchers and ESAs, and instead protect educational freedom! 

State legislatures are increasingly considering and passing legislation implementing vouchers and ESAs, with West Virginia and Arizona being the first states to enact broad-based versions of this policy. Now, in 2023, even more states are considering and enacting such legislation.

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Update from Ellen Weaver

It’s been over two months since we took office and we hit the ground running. I promised on the campaign trail to be a voice for students, teachers, and parents – and that is exactly what I’ve done.

I’ve had the privilege to visit schools statewide over the past few months and I am proud to see the level of dedication our students and educators bring into the classroom every day! Several of those visits were to present “Teacher of Year” awards to outstanding educators across the state.

What a blessing these teachers are to our students and communities!

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Bob Jones University will host the seventh annual Allen Jacobs Memorial Prayer Breakfast Thursday, March 16, to honor the memory of Officer Allen Jacobs and recognize law enforcement professionals across Greenville County. 

The breakfast will begin at 7 a.m. in the Davis Room of the Dixon-McKenzie Dining Common on the BJU campus.

Amy Wood, WSPA News 7 anchor, will serve as the emcee. The keynote address will be given by Greenville County Council Chairman Dan Tripp. During the breakfast, several awards including the Allen Jacobs Award of Valor will be presented. 

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Student Eagle Leadership Conference 2023

Eagle Forum and Leadership Institute are proud to announce the Third Annual STUDENT EAGLE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE in Washington D.C. on June 6-11, 2023.

We will be gathering in person at the Leadership Institute for four days of unparalleled political activist training during the evenings, and touring our beautiful national capital during the day.

Because we are staying in the dormitory at Leadership Institute, we are limited on the number of students who will be allowed to attend this year. We will only have space for 20 young men, and 20 young women. In order to determine who will get to join us for this very exclusive event, students will need to submit a qualifying project (see below for details).

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NGU tctc signing 242

Tri-County Technical College and North Greenville University (NGU) officials signed a first-of-its-kind articulation agreement this week that enables the transfer of Tri-County students to NGU’s Educational Studies online bachelor’s degree program.

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NGU Baseball Feature
NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr., (left) and CSU President Dr. Dondi E. Costin (right) unite to cheer for their students competing for the Czech Republic in the World Baseball Classic.

When the World Baseball Classic begins March 8, the global tournament will feature 600 players on teams representing 20 nations, including a bevy of Major League Baseball stars, and two standouts currently playing for South Carolina Baptist universities.

North Greenville University’s Marek Chlup and Charleston Southern University’s Daniel Padysak are members of the Czech Republic’s team which starts play in the Tokyo Dome on March 9. They are in a five-team pool which could well put Chlup, 2022 Conference Carolinas Player of the Year, in the batter’s box versus MLB superstar Shohei Ohtani. Or Padysak, a right-handed pitcher, could be on the mound versus the Japanese phenom.

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NGU Beam 2

Celebrating the transformation of North Greenville University’s historic administration building into a new home for the College of Business and Entrepreneurship (COBE) and senior executive offices, the NGU community left its mark on the Donnan/COBE Project last Thursday afternoon, participating in a prayer and dedication ceremony on the Tigerville campus. 

NGU students, faculty, staff, donors, and board members had the opportunity to permanently inscribe their names, prayers, and scriptures on an 18-foot steel beam that will be used to complete the $9.7 Million Donnan/COBE Project. The university’s administration building was first opened in 1955. 

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