Educrats are trying to make compulsory education even more mandatory in the tar heel state.
Monthly Archives For March 2007
Proving that crazy and absurd antics of college life are no longer confined to fraternities and sororities but have now expanded into the classroom and administration buildings, the Collegiate Network announces the 10th annual “Campus Outrage Awards.”
Do college students need rehab as well as remediation?
On March 27, an anonymous female journalism student at Ohio State University wrote a column in The Lantern, a student newspaper on the campus, titled “Going Down with the Catholics.”
The old saying, “be careful what you wish for,” is especially apt when it comes to public policy, whose consequences seldom reflect intentions. Unfortunately, the U. S. Department of Education may be about to prove this adage true once again.
On Ash Wednesday, February 21, a Catholic female
student at White County High School in Cleveland, Georgia had her
ashes wiped off her forehead by a substitute teacher in her Honors
Getting Down to Facts does deal with the key question of teacher quality. The massive report, released by Stanford researchers on March 14-15, the most thorough to date on California education, addresses two significant factors that contribute to the difficulty in developing a highly qualified workforce in California’s schools.
The move to bring Bible Studies back to public schools has not come a moment too soon.
There’s no telling how far universities will go far with their research.
The Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development found that putting a child in day care for a year or more increases the chances that the child will become disruptive in class–a trend that persists through the sixth grade.