Statistics show that one student drops out of high school every 9 seconds, according to the Pew Partnership for Civic Change.
Monthly Archives For December 2006
Were he alive today, the father of our country might look askance at the city, and especially the university in it, that bears his name.
The cross in Wren Chapel at the historic College of William
and Mary was removed last month from the altar and placed in a closet,
because the President of the College was afraid it may offend non-Christians.
A look at views of how American history is taught from within the academy differs radically from the perspective that you get from so-called outsiders and helps to show why the latter make more reliable historians than the former.
Although the controversy surrounding the Bush Administration’s No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program is usually portrayed as a classic clash of conservative and liberal political philosophies, dissatisfaction with NCLB is spreading across philosophical lines.
A “nativity scene” on a university campus?
Education funding already exceeds half a trillion dollars yet a broad array of groups wants more.
The more elusive that the evidence of affirmative action’s success becomes, the more determined that the advocates of racial preferences in college admissions get in their quest to expand the program.