Needham, Mass. High School principal Paul Richards made Yoga a graduation requirement.
Monthly Archives For January 2008
Doubting the guilt of Alger Hiss may lose you a government job but gain you a professorship.
A San Francisco area middle school recently cancelled a “gender-switch” day in response to complaints from parents.
On May 10, 1981, at the first rally on any campus to honor the Vietnam veteran, I resigned my position as professor to protest “The damage done to the vet by the media of the 60’s and the liberal university”and started Vietnam Veterans for Academic Reform.
If you think the level of academic conferences can’t sink any lower, read on.
The popular online professor ratings site, ratemyprofessors.com, has been eliciting some fiery responses from professors objecting to insulting comments by anonymous posters.
The result of the last election in Taiwan in which the opposition Nationalist Party or Kuomintang (KMT) won an overwhelming majority over the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) reinforces the influence of China in Taiwan.
Under the language department reforms proposed by the MLA, students would be trained as global citizens freed from the “Manichean” tendencies of American culture.
Only 68 percent of 9th graders graduate high school on time, and of that number, a mere 40 percent enroll directly into college.
Lynched, stoned and buried alive; these are just some of the ways that people have been punished in recent years by indigenous, communal judges in the South American country of Bolivia.