In London, people are beginning to ask: are Jewish schools racist?
Monthly Archives For October 2009
Every chief executive in the past 20 years has vowed to be, as one of them put it, “the education president.” All have failed for the same reason: as with most aspects of life, top-down government solutions to education just don’t work.
Yet another charming characteristic of America’s 40th president was his attitude towards so-called elites
Earlier this week Accuracy in Academia called out Campus Progress associate editor and blogger Erin Rosa for attempting to characterize the contributors to CampusReform, a social network site designed by the Leadership Institute, as conservative bullies.
A U.S. Census bureau campaign for schools is encouraging teachers to use the classroom as a way to help their neighborhood come out for the 2010 census and is expected to affect every school in the nation.
The U. S. Department of Education has found a Republican it likes.
CNN and ABC would have you believe the debate on global warming is over; Dr. Richard S. Lindzen of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology agrees.
Occasionally, Washington outsiders have tried to tame the ultimate company town but few were as stunningly successful. A look back at his arrival shows that other than the favorite restaurants, little has changed in the capital.
Former AIA executive director Leslie Carbone, the author of Slaying Leviathan: The Moral Case for Tax Reform, tells how the government can avoid compulsively making things worse.
In securing the Republican presidential nomination, Ronald Reagan bested some high ranking Senate Republicans, including the then-minority leader, a victory which would come back to haunt him.