When the president of William and Mary removed a cross from the altar of the chapel, everone noticed, including the state legislature that helps to pay his salary.
Monthly Archives For February 2007
Last week two protestors at Central Michigan University burned an American flag just outside a forum which featured the Lithuanian ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Although the recent “Emerging Issues” conference at North Carolina State University missed the boat on the big issues, there were a few bright spots that education leaders ought to know about.
On February 12th, the state of Utah cemented its place in the annals of history when Governor Jon Huntsman, Jr. signed the first-ever universal school choice bill into law.
Sen. Olympia Snowe (R-ME) introduced a bill in the U.S. Senate last Wednesday that would require high schools to report the number of male and female students participating in high school athletics and the money spent on each team.
Maybe one of the reasons our fortieth president gets such short shrift in textbooks is because he had the academic left’s number, as we used to say.
In New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina we can see what it takes to dislodge an entrenched educational bureaucracy and its companion teachers union from power—a natural disaster.
Did MIT let a distinguished black scientist go because of his opposition to embryonic stem cell research?
The state government of California fails the foster children it assumes responsibility for by, among other things, forcing them through California’s public schools.
In the past eight days, legislative bodies in three states have passed choice legislation.