The ongoing concern that climate change initiatives mask a concerted attempt to initiate global economic redistribution was bolstered by the Bali Conference.
Monthly Archives For January 2008
Schools respond to high stakes testing with low impact homework.
A lawsuit filed by a former Clemson University advisor alleges that he was fired after raising questions over the school’s increased tuition.
In a written ruling a U.S. District Court Judge has ruled that the University of Cincinnati did not violate the gender equity requirements under Title IX by eliminating the University’s women’s crew team.
With primaries in full swing and the November elections drawing near, a seemingly unlikely constituency is being given an increasing amount of attention.
Charles Enderlin’s The Lost Years: Radical Islam, Intifada, and Wars in the Middle East 2001-2006 comes as a fresh of breath air in these oft-polluted journalistic times.
Interdisciplinary writing may offer a way to overcome value judgments and examine literature from “multiple perspectives” incorporating social, political, and economic factors, argues Professor Akua Duku Anokye
In their ongoing quest to see who can be most politically correct, Ohio university administrators have devised an intercollegiate competition that can literally qualify as a trash sport.
A professor at the U. Of Southern California has devised a procedure for integrating “educational role-playing games into the classroom.”
Believe it or not, a left-leaning foundation has taken notice of the risk to free speech on American college campuses.