In education news this week, Reason Online details the many ways that taxpayer-funded schools are lying to the American public. A school in Orange County, California is forced to move its graduation ceremonies (Broken link, active June 10, 2005) from a megachurch because of separation of church and state concerns. Oh, please. A school renting a church building is now on par with government-mandated proselytizing? A Maryland judge strikes down a pro-homo[s-x]ual [s-x] ed curriculum for religious bias, while Michigan parents protest pro-homo[s-x]ual posters on a public school campus. Anyone else notice more and more promotion of the homo[s-x]ual lifestyle in our public schools? And anyone else asking the question: what does that have to do with math, English, or history? Finally, Powerline blog discusses the Kansas state supreme court’s recent decision to order the state legislature to increase funding for public schools, clearly crossing the line between the separation of powers.