Less than one quarter of high school graduates who took the ACT have a 50% probability of getting a B in four college-level subjects, and many students are taking remedial courses in college.
Monthly Archives For August 2008
After the September 11, 2001 attacks upon the United States, President Bush warned of the consequence of such actions by America’s enemies. Unfortunately, America’s friends report their own set of hazards.
While the goal was supposedly a climate of “cultural tolerance and understanding,” Berkeley “appeared to encourage a divisive culture of victimhood and entitlement,” says a former student.
Thus far, the Chinese government has been accused of sloppy record keeping and giving a false account of the violent attacks that have recently taken place during the Olympic Games.
Starting this fall, anyone who violates the dress code at Gonzales High School will spend the rest of the day in a prison-like jump suit.
In these days of rapidly escalating college tuition costs, the very mention of an institution like Berea College can make the heads of pricey schools a bit defensive.
California students only managed to demonstrate minimal gains in English and made no significant progress in Math on academic achievement tests, according to recent data.
A somber, visibly weary Georgian Ambassador spoke before television cameras and an overflow crowd at The Heritage Foundation’s Lehrman Auditorium on August 18, discussing his country’s future in light of Russia’s recent occupation.
13 years…6 councils…0 results. Witness the history and goals of the Defense Ministerial of the Americas (DMA), as written by Eric Farnsworth, Vice President of the Council of the Americas (COA).
When social planners try their hand at military affairs, they usually can impress an elite audience, unless that gathering includes actual combat veterans.