Resources on Education

As a teacher, students frequently ask me, “Why are we learning this?” Sometimes they legitimately want to know how to apply the knowledge they are acquiring to everyday situations. They humbly admit a lack of understanding. More often than not,... Continue...

Better Together captures our desire to partner together as men and women in the church and beyond to advance the kingdom with mutual support and care. Better Together will address a wide range of topics from sexual abuse, leadership, women and work, women’s ministry, and more. Today’s... Continue...

California students remain in the bottom tier of academic excellence, ranking 44 out of 50 in K-12 education in the latest Best States survey by U.S. News and World Report. While they may not be faring so well with the... Continue...

The 2018 ERLC interns join Jeff Pickering to talk about their experience in D.C. The group discusses their favorite policy projects, memorable meetings on Capitol Hill, and laughable moments at the Leland House. Our internship program exists to prepare students... Continue...

I didn’t expect applause when the student presenter said, “I’m the resident heretic for the Divinity School.” To say I was hesitant was an understatement. This was my introduction to graduate studies in religion as I was touring prospective programs.... Continue...

Andrew Walker moderates a panel discussion on Educating Children for a Complex World at the 2018 ERLC National Conference with Nathan Lino, Dan Peterson, Timothy Paul Jones, and Jani Ortlund.  Continue...

PRINCETON, N.J., April 17, 2018—Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, delivered the fifth annual William E. and Carol G. Simon Lecture on Religion in American Public Life, today on the “Rebirth for the... Continue...

The Monthly “Research Institute Forum” is an initiative of the Research Institute of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. Learn more about the Research Institute. Given that many students are narrowing down decisions on which college to attend during this... Continue...

Editor's note: An anonymous public school teacher has written this article. This teacher's job could be jeopardized if his/her name was published on this topic due to the specific community the school is in. It’s no secret that American public schools... Continue...