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Monthly Archives For May 2011
Despite the optimism of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) about the job market, real data indicate that college graduates will encounter few jobs when they seek employment.
The Soviet Union still exists, in the minds of New York public school teachers.
The Circuit Court of the County of Spotsylvania has refused to reverse the expulsion of a 14-year-old honor student charged under a school zero tolerance policy with “violent criminal conduct” and possession of a weapon for shooting plastic “spitwads” at classmates.
Two advocates for parents rights in education—one of them a congressman—laid out the case for school choice at the Heritage Foundation’s weekly bloggers briefing on May 24, 2011.
Safe Schools “czar” Kevin Jennings: After two scandal-plagued years, one of the President’s fiercest gay allies has finally resigned from his post to take a job with “Be the Change.”
Law professors such as Bruce Ackerman of Yale have noted that Obama’s war is unconstitutional, but you don’t have to be a law professor to come to this conclusion.
In the June issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter, AIA begins its investigation of the premier journalism schools in the United States.
The Christian tradition supports religious tolerance, Harvard professor Eric Nelson argued in a lecture in Philadelphia on May 16, 2011.
A team of academics examined “The Causes and Context of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Catholic Priests, 1950-2010, but stopped short of doing just that.