Opinions abound on the introduction of Bible curriculums in public schools.
The frequently required history text, A People’s History of the United States misleads and misinforms students.
One expert believes that America’s failure to recognize the threat of radical Islam, was not a “failure of imagination,” but a failure of education.
The Emergency Teacher is a heartbreaking true story of public education in the badlands of North Philadelphia.
IAEA’s call for a nuclear-free Middle East might sound good, but it is a trap.
A noted scholar blasts campus “diversity” campaigns as condescending.
Those colleges and universities that seem to be vying for the chance to be Catholic in Name Only (CINO) may soon lose even that designation because Pope Benedict XVI has indicated in his writings that the Mother Church may release these institutions of higher learning to fend for themselves.
Too many students are finding that it is hard to be truly multicultural and learn a second language when you have not been taught how to use your mother tongue.
If you’re wondering what American students are learning about history these days, it’s worth spending a few minutes reading some entries from Non Campus Mentis.
Our correspondent responds to a critique of her work.