“Safety” for these coalition members seems strikingly similar to silencing oppositional perspectives on sexuality and substituting sexually “unbiased” connotations for the traditional American conception of family.
Monthly Archives For February 2008
At the 2008 CPAC, leaders of the conservative movement urged students and others to stand up for their principles and remain united.
Last Fall, I wrote that the Nobel Prize was awarded to writer Doris Lessing, now an anti-communist critical of feminists, for her earlier Marxism and feminism. Predictably, a reader from academe disagreed.
Speaking for the Republican majority in the lower chamber of the state assembly, Virginia delegate Jeff Frederick earnestly defended their increase in education spending, even though there is precious little research showing that where schools are concerned, more is better.
Given the increasing negative perception of the world towards the United States, the Department of State has created a new Television Studio to improve America’s image as a tool in public diplomacy.
If you think that primary schools don’t spend enough time on education now, just wait. As a famous guy once said, “You ain’t heard nothin’ yet!”
Magree that America needs significant educational reform. For Center for American Progress (CAP) affiliates, at least, the front lines of that reform start with the AmeriCorps.
The average annual compensation package for each D.C. area school superintendent will run well over $350,000 per year
A joint project by the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Psychological Association (APA) is giving parents 16,000 new reasons to question the agenda of national teachers’ union leaders.
Beverly Eakman’s new book, Walking Targets, is a detailed and accurate description of the troubling
and dangerous state of education in contemporary United
States of America.