If recent test scores are any indication, though, instruction in the writing basics is in short supply in North Carolina.
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Foreign aid’s ongoing failure to spark change in Africa recently incited Edward Luttwak to ask the international community to just leave Africa alone.
Yesterday, the U.S. Air Force Academy decided to cancel the scheduled showing of movie clips from “Constantine’s Sword” to an audience of faculty and cadets.
Wait unti you see what is in them. We have come a long way from corsages.
The U.S. Air Force Academy is mandating that hundreds of students and faculty members attend a closed-door lecture on religious intolerance and show clips from “Constantine’s Sword,” an upcoming movie.
When it comes to education, more parents may consider themselves pro-school-choice after reading the sobering new report about U.S. dropout rates.
The Israel Project has launched the first-ever contest commemorating Israel’s founding 60 years ago.
The latest survey on academic bias has sent academics into their usual state of denial despite evidence of same that frequently stares them right in the face.
Americans’ awareness of their freedoms and where they came from are at a low point and the institutions that once passed on that knowledge are largely to blame.
Pacifism, argues Loconte, ignores Islamic fascism’s threat to civilization and human rights in favor of a “theology of love.”