On Monday the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) gave us some good and bad news.
Monthly Archives For December 2009
The Ithacan Online reported on Monday that person(s) had vandalized more than 60 pianos in college’s practice rooms over the weekend.
The results of a new study, and the record of who sponsored it, help show that the federal government, contrary to elite belief, has not been exclusively promoting abstinence for the past decade.
At the Heritage Foundation blogger’s briefing from 12-1 on December 15, 2009, M. Stanton Evans will be giving a few remarks on Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying.
At a recent American Enterprise Institute (AEI) conference on “Increasing Accountability in American Higher Education,” panelists argued that the key to increased postsecondary accountability lies with better tracking-systems for student learning outcomes and increasing use of standardized tests.
Over $43 million in federal stimulus funds will be spent on outgoing state university employees, reports the Press Citizen today.
A surprisingly positive development in the textbook publishing world leads us to believe that hoped-for change may actually arrive some day.
Last month a prestigious line-up of retired admirals and generals emphasized the importance of early childhood education to the America’s continued national security.
Ashland, OR – Principal Michelle Zundel of Bellview Elementary School in Ashland, Oregon, has reversed her prior decision banning Christmas trees and Santa Claus from her school.
AJC: On Monday, December 7th—Iran’s national Student Day—thousands of students at Universities across Iran commemorated the 1953 murder of three student protestors of monarch Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.