The latest pronouncement from academia correctly identifies the failings of public education but misdiagnoses the cause and, hence, offers a prescription that promises more of the same malady.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Six Catholic universities have United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) chapters on their campuses despite the Vatican’s nine-year-old refusal to support the multilateral government agency.
There is actually good education news in California, although it does not emanate from the state’s public school system.
When professors go public, they frequently reveal biases that their students may not easily detect.
The infallibly off-base pedagogue can write his own ticket as prophet-in-residence.
Although Mason Weaver gives a standing offer to liberal professors to debate him, rarely do they take him up on it. Small wonder.
Every year, freshmen at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia get to hear former President Jimmy Carter lecture on world affairs.
Six Catholic colleges and universities have chapters on campus that, effectively, lobby for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), but the well-known multilateral agency may not itself accommodate the principles of the church.
In continuing the tradition of Accuracy in Academia’s summer symposia, we sought to give college students information and perspectives on events current and historical that they are not likely to get from mandatory campus anti-war rallies and college lecture halls.
What we heard at the conference was both upsetting and inspiring at the same time.