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Campus Report March 2015

Scott Walker v. Academia

, Accuracy in Academia

Find out why Scott Walker may be more likely to transform academia than any Republican ever has been, in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.

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Protesters Continue Encampment At Saint Louis University Sparked By Michael Brown Police Shooting Death

Ferguson Remembered

, Malcolm A. Kline

Universities are still trying to make a teachable moment out of the tragedy which occurred in Ferguson, Missouri last summer but considerably less so of the death of sidewalk vendor Eric Garner at the hands…

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Michelle Rhee’s Policies Still Linger

, Malcolm A. Kline

When she served as chancellor of Washington, D.C.’s public schools, Michelle Rhee’s policies provoked scorn from Capital City teachers, to put it mildly. Long gone from the D.C. scene, Rhee’s approach is still benefitting D.C….

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RIP M. Stanton Evans

, Spencer Irvine

Our dear friend M. Stanton Evans has passed away. He was a great mentor, friend, and conservative figure, not to mention a superb and detail-oriented writer and researcher. He will be sorely missed.

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Bipartisan Common Core Opposition

, Malcolm A. Kline

Contrary to popular belief, aka news media coverage, opposition to the Common Core education reforms of President Obama is stretching across party lines. “The Democratic Party in the state of Washington just passed a resolution…

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Common Core: Against Gifted Students

, Spencer Irvine

Now, after lauding Common Core’s benefits, Common Core supporters are scrambling to justify the oft-maligned education standards. At the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, UConn education professor Jonathan Plucker criticized school districts for using the standards…

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