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.
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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.
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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.
Younger people are staying on federal disability insurance rolls longer than in previous years, leading to bigger government payouts overall.
A recent study concluded that colleges’ teaching preparation is an “industry of mediocrity.”
A bipartisan research council found that American students are just average.
A Cleveland State University study found that hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, leads to economic growth in the regions where it is used.
There is an interesting split on the Left over the Obama Administration’s Common Core education reforms.
Speakers at a recent forum on online radicalization of Muslims sponsored by the New America Foundation proved once again that denial is not just a river in Egypt.