If you doubt that America is in danger of losing her heritage, listen to the take on the teaching of American history by this country’s leading historian.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Although Columbia University administrators claim that a committee appointed by its president cleared the school of charges of an anti-Israel bias that borders on anti-Semitism, their feeling of exoneration may be a bit premature.
The problem of plagiarism in college was one in which students were, more often than not, the perpetrators, not their professors. Now, the pedagogues themselves are increasingly suspect.
Economists and the textbooks they rely on usually cannot explain the economic collapse that accompanies socialism because they gloss over the role that property rights play in assuring prosperity.
Part 2 of 3 of an exchange about Joe McCarthy’s legacy…
A sociology professor at Black Hawk College in Moline, Illinois gets rave reviews from students but underclassmen with deep religious convictions may want to fulfill that course requirement with someone else.
The serious scholars whom you can still find on college campuses have long regarded education schools as the slums of academia but now the denizens of those projects are even admitting to the dilapidated condition of their discipline.
The Democratic governor of Virginia and the top Republican in that state’s Senate recently agreed on a tax hike to prop up the Old Dominion’s colleges and universities that may turn out to be a multi-billion dollar mistake.
Texas A & M is something of a novelty in academia. The university’s president, Robert M. Gates, is one of the rare retired cabinet officials from a Republican presidential administration to hold a decisive academic position.
As an ongoing service to our readers who have not encountered them yet, we provide profiles of college professors whom students may want to avoid.