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News & Notes

** Homeschoolers Do Better Homeschooling has often acquired negative stereotypes, but new studies have shown homeschoolers are testing at higher levels than students in public schools. Homeschooled students are doing better on standardized achievement tests as well as on the … Continue reading

Media Consumption and Trends

Sources: “How Teens Use Media” released by The Nielsen Company June 2009, The Nielsen Company on 11/24/08 and 10/26/09, HealthDay News and Kaiser Family Foundation on 01/20/10, Sesame Workshop March 2011, Common Sense Media Fall 2011, Broadcasting & Cable on … Continue reading

Stand up! Speak up! Refuse to give up!

     Stand up!  Speak up! Refuse to give up!       By Rick Scarborough, President of Vision America     Abraham Lincoln famously stated, “I tremble for my country when I remember that God is just.”                                   Vincent Van … Continue reading

The Hunger Games: Starving for Real Meaning

By Rob Wiese, Contributing Writer The original HUNGER GAMES story was written by Suzanne Collins. It was a “young adult” novel that achieved great success in the print market and wide popularity among North American and European readers. As the … Continue reading

Fame Is More Fleeting Than Ever!

People are becoming celebrities at a much younger age, but they are also losing their fame more rapidly than ever before! That’s a major finding from a Harvard-led team of scholars who quantified cultural trends by examining the frequency in … Continue reading

About Dr. Baehr

Ted Baehr is Founder and Publisher of MOVIEGUIDE®:  The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment and Chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission® ministry, as well as a noted critic, educator, lecturer, and media pundit. His life’s purpose is … Continue reading


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