Who does federal financial aid really assist?
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
A high SAT, GPA and a dedication to some (liberal) cause is all you need to be admitted to college these days.
Where once, professors and teachers fought tooth and nail with parents and citizen groups in order to get sex education into classrooms, now, especially in college, the curriculum and campus seem to offer little else.
In a special appearance at American University, a former porn star made use of academic freedom in a manner that college officials can live with.
Harvey Mansfield offered his insights into the Lawrence Summers affair at Harvard.
Do universities really need more money or are they simply flushing too much down the drain?
Studies show sharing your professors viewpoint can boost your grades, but even the study must be spun to prevent the word from getting out.
Horowitz points the finger at a handful of professors who teach at Catholic colleges and universities in his new book The Professors.
In Hawaii, teachers’ unions are up against an unlikely opponent: car salesmen.
“No bias here,” claim many members of the professoriate, but some students and trustees have a different perspective.