Recently, some long-suppressed government reports have finally revealed that it doesn’t work, despite spending nearly $7 billion on nearly 1 million children every year.
Articles By: Deborah Lambert
The annual routine of the men clickety clacking around in high heels for Rape Awareness Week is not unique to Mississippi State.
Where is the next bubble going to be?
Chances are you might remember when most college courses about animals appeared under the heading of Zoology, Biology or Veterinary Science. But that was long ago . . .
Courtesy of the College Fix.
Is it an idea whose time has come?
While the NEA’s activist plans failed to take root in a Wisconsin second grade class, one of the most effective formulas for propagandizing children outside of school is through the movies.
Proving that it’s never too early to sign up new recruits for the cause, the NEA recently offered a $5,000 “Learning and Leadership Grant to two Wisconsin teachers.
Rachel Vermillion, a student at Brigham Young University, recently went through an embarrassing experience when she was banned from re-entering her exam center for wearing skinny jeans.
In a departure from traditional classroom fare, Georgetown University students might have to bring “woofers and turntables to class” this semester instead of books, according to the College Fix, which reported that the school is offering an academic course about Rapper Jay-Z.