To commemorate the liberal Modern Language Association (MLA) conference, here is a summary in the form of 13 tweets! Enjoy! 1. The elevators took too long to get people places! Even if stairs are within…
One thing that journalism and the humanities have in common is that people don’t like either of them. Yet another thing they have in common is that journalists and English professors can’t figure out why.
Believe it or not, we actually found a Romney supporter in academe, and at a state university no less.
In its paean to Title IX, the National School Boards Association misses some inconvenient information—like the history of women’s sports before the law was passed.
Pro-life students often find themselves to be a beleaguered lot, and not just on Catholic campuses.
Now it’s Barack Obama’s turn at bat at the department of Education and we are looking at more expensive strikeouts.
Stanford University’s John W. Gardner Center and The Center for American Progress have found a way to dip into education – they want to turn traditional schools into full service hubs, something they like to call “community schools.”
The Obama Administration’s ruling that Catholic institutions, including schools, provide birth control, sterilization and abortificants on demand may have had a unifying effect they never bargained for—of Catholics against the policy.
Conservatism and education: two things you don’t often see mixed together – except when the federal government gets caught extending its hand into the classroom.
Accuracy in Academia has signed onto a letter to the U. S. Department of Education urging the agency not to encourage more restrictive speech codes at colleges and universities.