The Washington Post recently reported that higher education officials acknowledge that Americans are “less well educated” than past generations, but rather than ask for help in education they came to Congress asking that they fund their buildings on campus to be standardized as “green.”
Monthly Archives For December 2008
Church attendance is good for the soul, but a new study by FRC shows that it’s also good for American schools.
Homeschooling is catering to new, more diverse demographics, according to Messiah College associate professor Milton Gaither.
This week, Lila Rose released the second in a series of incriminating videos against Indiana’s Planned Parenthood clinics.
In yesterday’s Washington Post, however, one of Williams’ teachers highlights a real-life drama on Virginia’s famous campus—the growing number of teen parents.
Although the U.S. president-elect is not even in office yet, his supporters are already changing the face of higher education in America moving it, if possible, even further left.
Six academics and Philip Campbell, the editor-in-chief of Nature Magazine, recently argued that society should move “towards the responsible use of cognitive-enhancing drugs by the healthy,” particularly drugs typically used in the treatment of ADHD.
A British shopping mall cancelled its annual children’s caroling event because it was deemed a health hazard.
On the issues of federalism, faith, and strict constitutionality the Capitol Visitor Center’s critics give it a failing grade.
The food Nazis are at it again.