Because the conservatives most likely to be employed in academia are of the neo variety, students may not get an accurate picture of conservatism or, for that matter, America.
Monthly Archives For December 2010
As if the evidence on the benefits of private schools were not voluminous enough, there comes a report with an Ivy League imprimatur that goes a long way towards sealing the deal.
The silence from academia on the number one homeland security story—airport scanners— has been somewhat surprising but recently broken.
What is known locally in Washington, D. C. as a dog-and-pony show is being played out across the country as proponents of the DREAM Act rally their troops to put this education spending proposal over the top.
Eating, sleeping and watching TV are not only part of living, they are part of many course catalogues.
As stakeholders in the higher education establishment here in Washington, D. C., plead for more federal funding to get better results, an outside-the-Beltway think tank has crunched some numbers that indicate that they might be mistaken.