Nowhere do academics more obviously show their outright hostility towards academic freedom than they do in the battle over whether or not intelligent design can be taught alongside evolution in schools.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Although the labor union is trying to maintain its grip on the dysfunctional public schools it helped to create, the California Teachers’ Association (CTA) is in danger of losing whatever power it has left.
Under the guise of improving the learning environment, local schools might be offering more of the same social experimentation that already leads to less literacy and more juvenile delinquency in public school classrooms year after year.
Although at least one of her political science professors told her that individuals do not make a difference, Ruth Malhotra, a soft-spoken, petite, rising senior at Georgia Tech, proved that lecturer wrong.
A couple of years ago when Yassir Arafat was still alive and kicking, I gave Ibrahim Hooper at least a half a dozen opportunities to denounce Arafat and the PLO in a five-minute telephone conversation: The CAIR spokesman ignored them all.
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.
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.