The national decline in education standards is starting to affect national security.
Monthly Archives For February 2011
College students may not face brighter job prospects after graduation but they feel better about themselves.
When the UN cannot influence people with their ideas through discussion they seem to push ideas through law, a parents’ rights group claims.
Read about how American citizens possess a more acute understanding of the U. S. Constitution than the country’s leaders, particularly academic elites, in Accuracy in Academia’s latest monthly Campus Report newsletter.
The Leadership Institute congratulates Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island on the approval and launch of a for-credit course on conservatism.
Professor interprets Dr. Strangelove in ways even its cast and crew never did.
The problem with studies on college that come out of colleges is that they tend to stress the importance of higher education, even when their own data do not support that conclusion.
Dating back to the 1979 Iranian revolution that lifted Ayatollah Khomeini to power and boldly challenged President Jimmy Carter, the US-Iranian relationship has been strained, to say the least.
To conceive of a better education system for the struggling classrooms of the United States, Andrew Coulson of the CATO institute invited education experts from Sweden and Chile to share thoughts on their success.
Late last year, a law school professor weighed in on the wikileaks controversy over the reams of government documents, some confidential, which were published on the internet.