One possible unintended consequence of staying in Iraq for 100 years that John McCain probably never contemplated is the prospect of professors staging anti-war protests for the next century.
Monthly Archives For March 2008
Reams of data have failed to establish a convincing and consistent relationship between smaller classes and high achievement.
Patrick Garry’s recently published An Entrenched Legacy blames the increasing level of judicial activism on the precedents established under Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal.
We got an anonymous e-mail last week about Bethany Stotts’ MLA article, Shakesqueer. This is both an update and an answer.
Homeschoolers respond to a recent court decision in California.
You would think that homosexuals claiming to be “silenced” would be especially sympathetic
to other people trying to express their viewpoints.
What is the role of the Federal Government in education and what do they propose to do about the abysmal public schools in America?
If getting rich is your goal, steer clear of a conservative Protestant church. That’s the absurd conclusion of a study by Duke University professor Lisa Keister.
Schools are his favorite venue but media darling Pete Seeger may want to pass on more than folk songs to the next generation.
The University of Mary Washington breaks the Glass Ceiling in picking its new president but by how many stories?