Further evidence that charter schools work better than traditional public schools: They are making the right enemies.
While insider and outsiders debate the value of a college degree in today’s market, one criminal attorney has found a surprising utility for a college education: It can help you get parole.
At least one academic is acknowledging the genocide of China’s communist dictator Mao Tse Tung but not the scale of the chairman’s atrocities.
The very people who cry out for academic freedom—the professoriat—are most likely to suppress it.
If the CEO of any business became a millionaire overnight by a vote of the board, you would have heard about it by now. When a college president achieves this feat, though, it gets covered by—the college newspaper.
Those Catholic colleges and universities that sought their independence from the Mother Church back in the 1960s may want to seek its protective custody now.
Those who would herd millions of Americans into college never wonder if they might be better off somewhere else. Perhaps they should.
The president’s favorite think tank continues to press for more federal funding for public schools, even while acknowledging recent failures of such subsidies.
At least one congressional representative is not prepared to give higher education a blank check, probably because she worked in it.
Although she still considers herself a liberal, veteran journalist Claudia Dreifus found out just how intolerant the Left can be when she critiqued one of their totems in the book she co-authored, Higher Education? How Colleges Are Wasting Our Money and Failing Our Kids—And What We Can Do About It.