In their zealous push for every item on the countercultural agenda, modern-day labor leaders and their alleged academic supporters may be alienating some of their natural allies.
Monthly Archives For January 2007
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi’s answer to the problem of soaring college costs is a problem in itself according to research.
Higher Education in the United States is causing a “Coming Crisis in Citizenship” and the situation has prompted renewed efforts by groups like the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI), the Young America’s Foundation and the Leadership Institute to name but three.
Perhaps inadvertently, a Harris poll released earlier this month shows the benefits of a religious education over a secular one.
Is it time for more Americans to consider single-sex education?
Despite the touchy-feely pronouncements of their proponents, America’s Public Schools have become battlegrounds over divisive issues that divide an already divided nation even further.
Although they are set there, Vesta Sithole’s memoirs are unlikely to be covered in an African Studies course.
Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF), which sponsors
after-school Good News Clubs, has recently gained equal access to
use an elementary school facility in Clinton County.
We should streamline our credentialing system so that every child has access to teachers highly qualified not because they hold a paper credential but because they demonstrate subject-matter competence, classroom performance, and passion for their job.
A trial concerning the censorship of art depicting Jesus Christ starts today
in the federal case of Peck v. Baldwinsville School District.
The case involves a school district’s censorship of a kindergartner’s
art poster containing a picture of Jesus.