The University of Colorado is considering shuttering its School of Journalism and replacing it with a program that is better suited for the digital age.
Articles By: Don Irvine
New Jersey’s conservative education commissioner Bret Schundler asked to be fired rather than resigning so that he could collect unemployment benefits.
The Los Angeles Times is facing a boycott from the city’s teachers union after publishing a study that analyzed the effectiveness of over 6,000 elementary school teachers.
An Augusta State University grad student has sued the school after she said she was threatened with dismissal for refusing to participate in a “remediation” program to increase her tolerance of gays and lesbians.
A former New York City high school teacher was banned from returning to the school system after a three year investigation into a field trip to Cuba.
The intolerance by the left on our nation’s campuses continues with the firing of a professor who told his students he thought the Catholic Church’s position on homosexuality was correct.
A small community college in California is now offering illegal aliens a $2500 scholarship that is named after another illegal alien that died recently in a car crash.
Ethnic studies which have grown over the years across the country were banned by a new law that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed on Tuesday and immediately sparked a backlash from the Latino community.
For one northern California high school Cinco de Mayo didn’t pass quietly as five students were threatened with disciplinary action for wearing American flag t-shirts to school.
The Tea Party Movement apparently has profs at Brandeis University so upset that they decided to hold a seminar about the movement under the heading of New Right-Wing Radicalism, A Transatlantic Perspective complete with swastikas on posters promoting the event.