When public officials blame abstinence education for the rise in STDs among teenage girls, they ignore the instruction offered in three-quarters of American schools.
Monthly Archives For March 2008
How to prevent this from happening again is what everyone is asking.
The folks at Diversity Inc. have posted an etiquette guide that is sure to be consulted by university human resource offices called “7 Things Never to Say to LGBT Coworkers.”
Sometimes you can better understand the rule by meeting the exception to it. Such an example may be law school teaching on property rights in comparison with University of Chicago professor Richard A. Epstein’s vigorous defense of same.
Students from around the country will be spending their Spring Break fighting global climate change, rallying support to bring our troops home from Iraq, and advocating to put an end to the death penalty. Instead of heading to Cancun or Ft. Lauderdale, these students will be attending one of three alternative spring breaks that Campus Progress is sponsoring this year.
Oddly, even reporters on the education beat seem to have failed to grasp the significance of a meeting that took place 44 years ago of the Catholics they like to cover the most—the Kennedy family and Jesuit theologians.
If high schools are sensitive about assigning Mark Twain’s great classic, Huckleberry Finn, due to its pejorative language, then why is Deerfield High promoting Angels in America?
At Harvard University, the debate over religious tolerance is getting physical.
What started out as a simple child welfare case in California has resulted in the most sweeping rejection of homeschooling in state history.
Although Catholic schools look good when compared with their public counterparts, they don’t fare as well in contrast to the way they used to be.