In an effort to stop childhood bullying, Britain’s National Union of Teachers (NUT) wants to begin classes for three years olds about same-sex relationship.
As readers of this space know, we frequently subject academics to what we view as constructive criticism. As travelers through the blogosphere may have noticed, they sometimes answer those critiques.
A letter responding to Academic Evangelicals by Mal Kline.
The Discovery Institute in July will launch the www.standupforscience.com website to help defend Kansas’ science standards.
If the 9/11 conspiracy theories circulated by academics such as the University of Wisconsin’s Kevin Barrett sound familiar, it might be because they echo the themes heard on Al-Jazeera’s broadcasts.
If there is a rogue element in the CIA that is manipulating the press and the government behind the scenes, is this not a story that should be told? Those who run our journalism schools don’t seem to think so.
Regarding the article about homeschooling The Homeschooling Decision.
Don Irvine comments on a English school’s decision to block students from wearing England football jerseys the day of the first round match.
Another letter in response to The Homeschooling Decision.
Dr. Balch discusses a new study about academia’s obsession with diversity.