Undocumented students, whether they be physicists or fellow travelers, just got a pass.
Monthly Archives For August 2010
The University of North Carolina has concocted a compromise on its abortion coverage that illustrates why such gestures can leave pro-lifers compromised.
The University of Colorado is considering shuttering its School of Journalism and replacing it with a program that is better suited for the digital age.
The Tea Party/Glenn Beck ‘Restoring Honor’ of about one million was in stark contrast to the Reverend Al Sharpton’s rally.
Widely studied in institutions of higher and lower learning, Upton Sinclair’s novel The Jungle is commonly presented as a first-hand representation of turn-of-the-century (19 to 20) urban life.
“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.”—
Harper Lee, To Kill A Mockingbird.
New Jersey’s conservative education commissioner Bret Schundler asked to be fired rather than resigning so that he could collect unemployment benefits.
The Constitution might be sliding down a memory hold in most classrooms, even as it makes a comeback outside of them, but from coast to coast, Shariah law is on the rise, at least in public schools.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery but it can erode credibility, particularly if the imitators are old enough to know better.
Texas constructs a history of Islamic conquests that barely mentions slavery.