The NAACP recently condemned the “racist” use of the song “Black Betty” at hockey games, despite the obvious fact that the song was in fact written by a black man.
Monthly Archives For February 2006
The boy crisis in education has arrived, with boys lagging behind girls in all subjects, over-represented in special education, and posting significantly lower graduation rates.
A new study that compares funding of Colorado and North Carolina state university systems shows that more money isn’t always the best thing.
The mental health establishment’s power over government is creating a market for psychiatric drugs by requiring screenings and then overdiagnosing children.
A letter from a concerned alumnus regarding The University of the South.
Most recently, studies by a Harvard Economist and the American Council of Trustees and Alumni have noticed disturbing trends in American higher education.
Cries of McCarthyist oppression keep coming from the left and the Modern Language Association convention is no exception.
Young dedicated faces and a clash of viewpoints could be seen during the 33rd annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Creative new approaches by professors to instill learning in college students are reaching them in unique ways.
The Democrats try to pin the label “bigot” on Samuel Alito regarding the Concerned Alumni of Princeton, but the truth about CAP and Alito is not bigotry.