For loyal supporters of the federal education law, No Child Left Behind (NCLB), 2007 has been a lonely year indeed.
Monthly Archives For December 2007
Outgoing American Journalism Center intern Heyecan Veziroglu reviews two movies sure to make the rounds of college campuses and towns.
Why Everyday Mathematics won’t work on any given day.
At the Independent Women’s Forum at the Marriot on December 5, 2007, panelists from business and academic circles identified the most significant challenges facing America and suggested rational, free-market policies to enhance U.S. competitiveness in the global economy.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on selective discrimination against Christian holidays during the Christmas season.
A closer analysis of the 2006 PISA results reveals mixed results about the United States’ global competitiveness in science and math.
At a December 12 Heritage Foundation forum, author Herbert Romerstein offered words of advice that the editors of National Review should have heeded before running Ron Radosh’s error-based review of Evans’ book: “McCarthyism is a term that should not be used by conservatives.”
The condom has quickly come to symbolize health professionals’ push for “safe sex,” but Notre Dame Professor James P. Sterba suggests that the condom assume an important new role in the legal system: determining whether or not women have been raped.
With the recent Russian economic boom, many Russians now see Putin as their Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Last month, Dr. Alberto Hodari told Wayne State students that doctors have a license to lie to their patients.