Unemployment may be at record levels but academics are doing their level best to diversify a dwindling work force.
Monthly Archives For September 2010
When you make your own major, can you create your own breadline?
When members of your local teacher’s union tell you they can teach better if you pay them more, ask them to respond to a new study from Vanderbilt University, not exactly a free market hot bed.
While the perception of conservative students is that they are constantly being shouted down and/or silenced on their left-leaning campuses, that is apparently not always the case.
Alliance Defense Fund attorneys are ready to defend, free of charge, students who are prevented by public school officials from participating in the “See You at the Pole” event Wednesday.
Hong Bing Yuan, “Chinese exile, novelist, philosopher and law professor,” shared his less-than-sanguine thoughts on the Dragon at Pepperdine.
For some reason, groups that gain the most in clout look upon themselves as put upon, literally.
Teach for America, the creation of yesterday’s Left, is becoming the bete noire of today’s.
The L.A. Unified School District Teachers Union made good on their promise to protest the Los Angeles Times over the papers release of evaluations of over 6,000 teachers in the district.
“As long as ‘We the People’ revere our Constitution it cannot harm our national interest, because the Constitution is our national interest, the very content of our Exceptionalism.”—University of Pennsylvania historian Walter A. McDougall at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on July 27, 2010.