The recent book, Out of Ivy, gives an inside account of what happens when a student goes ivy.
Written as if in a weekend over spring break, Chloe Does Yale is a hot pink and boring fairy tale that chronicles the school days of an insecure coed who moonlights as a sex columnist for the college paper.
Ross Douthat’s Privilege is the latest in what is becoming an increasingly crowded genre, young conservative authors recalling their college days and offering numerous and insightful criticisms of their alma maters.
How many Americans know that one K-12 civics textbook is directly subsidized by our tax dollars?
In a new book, Donald Downs, a political scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, outlines an approach to ridding campuses of political correctness. In Restoring Free Speech and Liberty on Campus, he shifts the focus away from the professors and to the administrators.
A new report issued by Achieve, Inc. reveals yet another shortcoming in the education system, the “expectations gap.”
Stefan Braun’s analysis of speech codes in Democracy Off Balance: Freedom of Expression and Hate Propaganda in Canada, is not relevant only to the situation in the author’s country.
Many widely respected ideologues willfully ignore reality in support of their agendas, the former executive director of Accuracy in Academia told the audience at a recent luncheon sponsored by Accuracy in Media.
Author Jim Nelson Black undertook an investigation of the politically correct, but factually less so, biases on campus today and published his research in the book Freefall of the American University.
The move towards distance education leaves many professors feeling left out and their resistance typifies their attitude towards educational progress, according to the authors of a new book