Despite ongoing criticisms about the racial achievement gap found in Advance Placement exam results, the College Board recently issued its annual report, asserting that minority academic proficiency is the responsibility of individual school districts, not AP test designers.
Monthly Archives For February 2008
Maryland lawmaker Eric Bromwell has introduced legislation that would suspend the statute of limitations on child sexual abuse cases for almost two years.
The crowning irony of the endless push for diversity education in institutions of higher learning is that the places where you are most likely to hear racial epithets anymore are college campuses.
A Vietnam vet provides an accuracy check on an academic history of the conflict.
Today’s pragmatic students are more focused on grades and careers than on moonlight serenades.
Modern Language Association (MLA) professors attempted to answer questions about style and meaning by drawing upon postmodern academics, one of whom belongs to the radical “naturalist” Brights movement.
Accuracy in Media’s Cliff Kincaid shows why some academics are jumping on the Obama bandwagon.
Another lesson from our British cousins on what could happen here.
“STUDENT ARRESTED FOR CUTTING FOOD WITH KNIFE”
was the headline of a recent story on Orlando Florida’s News Channel 6.
In a recent column at mindingthecampus.com, author and commentator John Leo noted that although former Harvard president Larry Summers was given the boot by leftist profs for telling “unwelcome truths,” Duke University president Richard Brodhead would apparently not suffer the same fate after the Duke “non-rape” case.