An academic may find happiness in government work but what will she leave in her wake?
Articles By: Spencer Irvine
A major problem with the student loan bubble is that federal financial aid goes to some students that are not in dire need.
At least, they seem to think they are sometimes.
The Hamilton Project, an education initiative attached to the Brookings Institute, recently unveiled a study on how education fails low-income high achieving students.
Two new documentaries celebrate Title IX and get it wrong.
The federal government tries to replace questionable education policies with a question mark.
Like top-down efforts to reform education pursued by Republican presidents, the Obama Administration’s Common Core program, in which states exchange essentially national standards for federal aid, is already flailing, if not failing.
When you get outside the Cathedral and even the Theology Department of CUA, you find a curriculum startlingly similar to that of many secular institutions of higher learning.
“Is Big Philanthropy Undermining Democracy?” NYU prof asks.
The theology at the Catholic University of America, the only college in the United States chartered by the Vatican, may be doctrinally sound but its anthropology courses border on the pagan.