A civil liberties attorney is objecting to a federal appeals court’s decision to side with a former teacher who complained about prayers at a graduation ceremony in an Arkansas school district.
Monthly Archives For April 2006
Horowitz points the finger at a handful of professors who teach at Catholic colleges and universities in his new book The Professors.
Don Irvine comments on the professor in Kentucky who encouraged vandalism by her students.
Testing data shows that public middle schools in California “have become barriers to student achievement.”
The media’s inability to report news stems from them not knowing what news is or how to report it.
In Hawaii, teachers’ unions are up against an unlikely opponent: car salesmen.
Professor William Kashatus had an op-ed on the topic of an Academic Bill of Rights recently, so we asked him for his perspective on academic freedom in the Keystone State.
A recent conference on Global Education may have claimed nonpartisanship, but the rhetoric was one-sided.
Kindergartner, Antonio Peck’s drawing of Jesus was censored by his school once, but today’s Supreme Court decision ensures it will not happen again.
Penn State radio featured a Horowitz vs. liberal professor showdown during “Academic Freedom Week” on Radio Free Penn State.