When Family Security Matters released its 2nd annual tally of “America’s Most Dangerous College Courses,” reporter Jason Rantz noted that little has changed on college campuses.
Monthly Archives For February 2008
Believe it or not, in the Dominion state, a Democratic governor is trying to cut education spending while Republicans in the state assembly fight those cuts.
SB 908, introduced by state Senator Joe Simitian (D-Palo Alto), would require that “climate change” be taught in California public school science curriculum.
Traditional compensation systems, long advocated by teachers’ unions, emphasize degrees earned and time on the job but a budding merit-pay movement is attempting to change that, interjecting marketplace sensibilities into a profession that has historically provided few monetary incentives or rewards for high-fliers.
Stanford University has raised the bar for financial aid by lowering tuition barriers even further.
The Bucknell University Conservatives Club recently held their annual Valentine’s Day flower sale to benefit Susquehanna Valley Women in Transition, which offers emergency services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Tammy Bruce, a talk show host and author, will speak at Bucknell University on Thursday, February 28.
The rise of Barack Obama on the national political scene has inevitably rejuvenated a debate as to who was the first black President.
After a month of wrangling with a group of conservative students, the University of Virginia’s Student Council finally granted official recognition to the fledgling Burke Society.
The College Board announced that the number of high-school test-takers gaining a score of 3 or more on Advanced Placement tests has risen 3.5% nationwide over the last five years, and provided a list highly success and improving states.