High School Students at one Virginia school are rebelling against a new school policy that checks their papers for plagiarism using a service provided by a California based company
Monthly Archives For September 2006
While women’s studies now dominate many campuses, as usual, we can learn much from our British cousins where the entire nation is on the verge of becoming a feminist mistake, our correspondent shows.
It may be a new school year, but the same old news is still trickling in: across the board – at the national, state and local levels – high schools are in the hot seat.
Wednesday, September 27th, is the 17th annual official See You at the Pole prayer rally that will be held on the grounds of public schools around the United States.
Columbia University policy allows for secret abortions for minors at the University’s expense. Illegal? No, not in New York State. Questionable ethics? Many would say so.
American businesses would rather gamble on finding talent abroad than rely on homegrown collegiates who have been through the entire public school system in the United States. There may be some good reasons for that.
Ann Coulter didn’t only tackle widows in her new book, she argued against failing public education.
Leftist scholars converged at Brookings recently to share their worries about income inequity, lack of opportunity in America and increased poverty.
Can today’s anti-war movement be compared justly to the British appeasers of the 30s?
Karen England talks about California kindergartners and gender variance.