The Education Establishment appears to be engaged in a similar exercise when it tries to explain dropout rates and other such problematic measurements.
Monthly Archives For July 2010
In “What I Did When I Couldn’t Find a Job,” Fordham University alumnus Andrew Dana Hudson reflects on the economic decisions which prompted him to move to India post-graduation.
Truly the major media have only scratched the surface, when they have even felt the itch, of the influence of radical left-wing groups in academia.
From Stephen Black, Ph.D comes word that “a tenured chemistry professor at the University of Texas, San Antonio was fired on charges that he threatened the safety of colleagues and students by . . . too many books in his office,” according to News Of the Weird.
When William and Mary student Mallory Johnson realized she couldn’t summon up the courage to start a conversation with a cute guy on campus, she simply logged onto GoodCrush.com and posted a message. He eventually…
In a bizarre twist of fate, many college students may be living even better than their parents while at school.
A Montana school district would like to distribute a primer on sex to the age group which usually gets primers. Read more.
“We are the only great power in history who, upon arriving on a foreign shore, first asks the question ‘what’s the exit strategy?’”
—Dr. Charles Krauthammer at The Fund for American Studies conference in April.
The grand lesson of the 20th century is that Big Government retards economic progress.
Are computers making kids smarter? According to some recent studies, the answer is no.