Schools like Smith, Bryn Mawr and Wellesley are grappling with an ideological issue: “Is it sill a women’s college when some students who were female as freshmen are male by graduation day?”
Monthly Archives For May 2007
Despite the fact that Brad Johnson, a respected 30-year veteran teacher in San Diego’s Poway Unified School District, had displayed several education banners in his classroom referencing “God” for nearly 25 years, school officials nonetheless ordered him to take them down.
While shrinking class size can be a good thing (after all, what parent wants their child in larger classes with fewer teachers?), research suggests it’s no quick fix for struggling schools.
Our nation’s military personnel show how superior their education is by, among other things, not watching The View.
Desre’e Watson, a kindergartener in Avon Park Florida, was recently arrested at her school and charged with a felony and two misdemeanors.
Amnesty for illegal aliens may transfrom American law but it may also increase both the high school dropout rate and the profits of state lotteries.
Recently, 12 students in Vancouver, Washington were suspended for gathering to pray in their cafeteria before school began.
This year, as ever, campuses nationwide are sponsoring or supporting May Day demonstrations on behalf of immigrants in America who may or may not be here legally. Federal officials charged with enforcing U. S. immigration law, meanwhile, are sending up their own distress signals.
Thin is in especially when it comes to the Fat Controller in the Thomas the Tank Engine Stories.
Contrary to the old joke, a mugging does not automatically transform a liberal into a conservative.