Accuracy in Academia will host a complimentary dinner discussion regarding affordable college tuition rates with Richard Vedder, author of Going Broke by Degree: Why College Costs Too Much on April 7, 2011.
Monthly Archives For March 2011
Expect the education community to be up in arms over attempts by House Republicans to scale back college grant programs, but don’t expect their charges to be all that accurate.
College professors love to talk about how vital their work is in a democracy but some high-profile administrators have actively sought and received donations from rulers in one-party states without a peep of protest from their star faculty members.
President Obama recently delivered a broadside against standardized testing that might be worth further examination.
Rarely do pedagogues attack anything with the word liberal attached to it. Thus it is somewhat newsworthy when one does.
She may have been out of office for more than a half a year but former D. C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee is still having an impact on the nation’s capital.
Offering an alternative to the U. S. News & World Report college rankings, economist Richard Vedder will be the featured speaker at Accuracy in Academia’s April 7, 2011 author’s night dinner from 6-8 PM at the Van Andel Center at the Heritage Foundation.
CRYSTAL LAKE, Ill. — School officials at an Illinois high school have agreed to stop organizing and leading students in transcendental meditation exercises, which are rooted in the Buddhist religious practice, during class time and as part of the honors English curriculum.
When even seminaries are becoming politically correct, religious freedom is on very shaky ground.
Pro-life students expecting to find a haven in such institutions of higher learning find themselves sadly mistaken.