The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal by a high school student who sought to sue her school for banning the instrumental version of “Ave Maria” at her 2006 graduation.
Monthly Archives For March 2010
AJC: A majority of students leave various educational institutions unprepared for the realities of the workforce or incapable of attaining their desired work positions.
While Girl Scouts around the country went door to door selling cookies, their national representatives were trying to explain a sex brochure distributed at a UN meeting the GSA was represented at.
AJC: The Center for American Progress (CAP) in conjunction with Women’s Voices Women Vote released the paper Advancing the Economic Security of Unmarried Women: Overview of Laws and Legislations in the 111th Congress.
You may have noticed that science fair projects are getting greener every year.
In a generally thorough but one-sided book, Honorable Survivor: Mao’s China, McCarthy’s America, and the Persecution of John S. Service, author Lynne Joiner makes the best case she can to defend the reputation of accused spy, John Stewart Service.
‘I have wondered at times about what the Ten Commandments would have looked like if Moses had run them through the U.S. Congress.’
Like the congressmen they plead with and, for that matter, the professors who mentor them, activist college students rush headlong into the health care debate without questioning the facts at the heart of the controversy.
How long will the professoriate be able to maintain its balancing act that values fashionable, politically correct ideas over intellectual virtue?
What do you get when you put together a computer game with sex education? A line item in the stimulus package. Read more.