Accuracy in Academia summer conference attendees got a chance to hear from an eloquent representative of a persecuted minority on American college campuses: black conservatives.
Monthly Archives For August 2005
With the book now moving from “college best seller” to required classroom reading, we thought that we would offer some background information on The Da Vinci Code.
In contrast to the approach taken by most colleges and universities, Accuracy in Academia invited an actual scientist to discuss modern environmental concerns with students attending AIA’s summer conference.
When professors go public, they frequently reveal biases that their students may not easily detect.
These America bashers, many of them now middle-aged, are part of the mainstream culture – “in the top ranks of the nation’s intelligentsia and cultural elite – professors at leading universities,” where they have the power, 24/7, to mold our country’s most precious assets – the next generation of leaders.
There is actually good education news in California, although it does not emanate from the state’s public school system.
If your school’s team has a name that is not p. c., you might not find it before it changes.
Groups like Accuracy in Academia are providing the flashlight, and as the overpriced truth of American academia becomes visible, the purveyors of anti-Americanism, social and cultural relativism and overt nonsense will find the walls of their ivory towers less and less insulated from the real world, and we will all, particularly we students, be better off.
Support for school choice is on the rise in North Carolina.
Although Mason Weaver gives a standing offer to liberal professors to debate him, rarely do they take him up on it. Small wonder.