In Baltimore County’s new English class, a noun is defined as “stuff” and a verb as “what stuff does.” Correspondingly, the texts for the class, called “Studio Course,” are often teen magazines.
Monthly Archives For December 2005
Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation, a group founded in April of this year by columnist Don Feder and others, held a press conference on Thursday, Dec 1 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to defend the Christmas holiday.
The Tar Heel state provides an instructive case study of college corporate welfare in action.
As late as the 1960s Paul Ehrlich predicted that millions of people in American would be dying of starvation in the 1980s. It never happened.
Professors Stanley Rothman, Neil Nevitte and S. Robert Lichter tested the hypothesis that “an ideological homogeneity exists in academia that has become self reinforcing.”
A recent federal court decision tried to give public schools control over their pupils’ lives that those students’ parents usually exercise.
Swearing in high school just got more expensive in Hartford Connecticut.
Is bigger always better? When it comes to school districts, the answer is an emphatic “no.”
Ever since Hurricane Katrina knocked Cindy Sheehan off page one, she’s been popping up in a lot of new places, like college campuses at $5000 a speech.
Seven progressive students at Hampton University who are facing the threat of expulsion will come before administrators in a hearing against them at 9 a.m. on Friday Dec. 2.