Regarding George Leef’s article of April 26, I say “amen.”
Monthly Archives For May 2007
Instead of ranking military academies with other colleges, U.S. News leaves them unranked in the special category of “military specialty schools.”
While many reacted to the Virginia Tech massacre with calls for more gun control, an NYU sociologist put the blame on the failure of schools in the “socialization” of student bodies.
Harvard University’s Institute of Politics (IOP) Student Survey Group recently released their “10 Things Politicians Should Know About Young People” based on their results from an online national poll of 2,923 18-24 year-olds.
Children with religious parents are better behaved and appear happier than children raised by parents without the influence of religious faith, a new study has shown.
While public school students may start next year with more educational options, they may also be pushed to grow up a little too fast
In a victory for academic freedom at Temple University, Provost Richard Englert took prompt action after he was notified by the Temple College Republicans that the official Honors Department listserve was used to send out a blatantly partisan anti-war email.