All too often, grade inflation rules the day, making a mockery of federal accountability provisions and masking our dropout problem.
Monthly Archives For November 2007
After an anti-terrorism rally, a student complained that the College Republicans had violated California State University’s policy against “actions of in incivility.
In a bold stand for patriotism, trustees of Kern County High School District in Bakersfield voted to place the national motto “In God We Trust” next to the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.
Blogging has increased dramatically over the last few years, marked by a proportionate increase in lawsuits.
Catholic families may find that Scholastic books may not help them educate their children.
The spirit of the Spanish Inquisition is alive and well in the American university, according to George Mason University law professor Todd Zywicki, in remarks he made at the 2007 Pope Center Conference. Academia has a “new dogma” based on multiculturalism, environmentalism, and feminism, he said. “They will enforce it viciously.”
Creating a virtual monopoly for Planned Parenthood, Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine (D) confirmed yesterday that he is eliminating state matching funds for abstinence education.
If Congress follows the advice of the Commerce Committee’s carefully selected witnesses, a comprehensive reform agenda could soon sweep all areas of broadcast media.
Though there is need to ensure an orderly society, some fear that increased government legislation in criminal law may limit liberty and individual freedom.
One week after an education watchdog group blew the whistle on a controversial “diversity training” program at the University of Delaware, school officials have announced that the program has been halted.