When something gets a bad rap from elites, it’s probably worth a second look.
Monthly Archives For December 2010
A search for defenders of social security who believe the program is sound turned up…an academic.
In effect, the paper’s subsidiary has been getting students deep in federal debt for courses that produce very few good jobs. Now we find out that Kaplan has allegedly been discriminating against minorities in the process.
As Christians this time of year absorb another spate of snipes at their revered holy day, they might pause to remember Darrow.
Gender Studies may never have had a clear mission but it is still susceptible to mission creep.
A Northeastern governor is considering education spending cuts and this time it is not New Jersey’s Chris Christie.
Now that the President is poised to sign the repeal of the ban on homosexuals serving in the U. S. military, academics are prepared to welcome the armed forces they have banned from their campuses with open arms, at least metaphorically.
It turns out that John Wayne movies might be more accurate than American history textbooks.
Is the Washington Post’s for-profit educational subsidiary not only carrying the loss-amassing institution but also aggressively recruiting veterans with hype and glory?
In their ongoing attack on clear and precise grammar, professors attack the one book that promotes both—Strunk & White’s Elements of Style.