According to the latest Gallup Poll, Generation Y is rapidly becoming “Generation Why Support Abortion?”
Monthly Archives For March 2010
After a series of tragic teen suicides, the Massachusetts legislature is considering an anti-bullying bill that would put a greater emphasis on the problem in local schools.
Is there nowhere to turn these days for solid information, untainted by the veneer of left-wing political correctness?
Progressives now acknowledge some of the key failures in public education but what solutions they propose to fix them may only exacerbate the problem.
The Left, throughout its history, has never been particularly enamored of the concept of Holy Matrimony, as my predecessor at Accuracy in Academia, Dan Flynn, shows in his masterful book, A Conservative History of the American Left.
Although students in Michigan aren’t exactly flying high in the reading and math stratosphere these days, they’ll certainly get the best in green education if the state government has anything to say about it.
Your column “As the Third World Turns” did a good job of pointing out the even larger entanglement between the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and organizations putting on workshops about Islam for teachers. However, I feel that your (largest) section about Barbara Petzen’s presentation left out some very important points.
Academics and climatologists are on the defensive about the ClimateGate scandal and errors in UN-sponsored research, especially amid a public growing more skeptical of climate change news hype.
AJC: The government is constantly looking for ways to identify threats to national security before American citizens are threatened.
We could be in for the most seismic shift in the youth vote since Ronald Reagan was succeeded by George H. W. Bush and young people peeled away from the GOP.