The appointment of Jane K. Fernandes as President of Gallaudet University has students and faculty frenzied.
Monthly Archives For October 2006
Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute have filed a civil rights lawsuit in defense of the First and Fourteenth Amendment rights of a seventh grader who was allegedly ordered by a Maryland middle school employee to stop reading her Bible during free time at school or face disciplinary action.
Colleges and universities are called institutions of higher education, but it makes one wonder these days whether the appellation is warranted.
It is one of the ironies of the age that the works of fact we allegedly get from pundits and professors read like fiction while some works of fiction have more of a factual base, like Michael P. Tremoglie’s first novelA Sense of Duty..
Students at Arizona State University (ASU) posted “Wanted”
flyers on campus yesterday in an attempt to identify two female professors who
harassed and injured a female student recruiter at the Tempe campus.
On October 4, 2006 the founder of the Minuteman Project was assaulted moments after
he began speaking.
When it comes to test results, educators are increasingly playing fast and loose with the facts.
The idea that the only thing standing between at-risk youth and a college education is a mere several thousand dollars apiece is a nostrum repeated ad nauseum by politicians and professors alike. As notions go, it may have considerably less weight to it than the average cosmetic counter notion.
Typically, when students attempt to obtain loans for college they look toward federal student loans but lately there has been a meteoric emergence of private student loans.
The higher education establishment has a mixed record on delivering the diversity it claims to prize, at best.