While it might come as a bit of a surprise, some noted colleges receive substantial funds from Republican lawmakers through earmarks.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
From kindergarten through college, returning students may not be coming back to more difficult reading, writing and mathematical tasks, but they will be able to ascend to the next level of sensitivity. But to what avail?
Polls show that people trust professors, but not pollsters.
While a recent poll apparently indicates the public’s belief in public schools, a closer look reveals some telling truths.
Kline revisits a previous discussion on collegiate dealings with military recruitment.
Why do professors hate to discuss the successes of welfare reform?
No wonder so many kids can’t read, teachers are wasting all their pushing the gay agenda.
The Iowa-based ACT is trumpeting its latest college entrance examination scores as improved but a closer examination of the test results reveals them to be pretty pathetic.
It’s official. We are a nation of illiterates, with college degrees, the U. S. Commission on the fuutre of higher education found at their recent meeting, but looked everywhere but at colleges and universities themselves to find the reason, much like most boards of trustees.
A 148-year-old Catholic university may be getting a take on Church traditions that it never bargained for when a new Franciscan friar joins them in the fall.