Inner city teachers have long talked of getting “combat pay” for teaching in troubled schools but now they are taking the military analogy to a whole new level.
Monthly Archives For November 2008
William Ayers hasn’t given up railing against authority figures in the four decades following his time with the Weather Underground.
If medical schools matched up with the practice of medicine in the way in which journalistic training preps reporters for careers in journalism, patients would be dropping like flies.
Two weeks after the elections, Weather Underground veteran Bill Ayers has taken to the lecture circuit
A Chicago public school district will not be building a “gay” high school in their area next year.
How do you look at what is happening on college campuses today and not find a left-wing bias? You interview professors and ask them if there is one.
With two of every three young voters under 30 years old voting for Barack Obama, a great deal has been made of the 2008 youth vote in recent weeks.
Veteran educator Tony Wagner argues that American schools, both public and private have missed the mark when it comes to teaching our children the survival skills needed for gainful employment.
Just three days after the election, a Brookings Institution leader issued a memo to President-elect Barack Obama asking him to restore the Fairness Doctrine.
Brookings Institution experts met recently to discuss the President-elect’s public policy stance on climate change and the current global economic crisis that challenges the very viability of the nation. They also want to bring the Fairness Doctrine to radio broadcasting.