A school district in Montgomery County, Maryland, that is rated highly by the National School Boards Association (NSBA) has failed to make the grade with the public which it serves.
Monthly Archives For May 2011
“Maria’s” a Big Pharma and predator shill.
Government regulations cost an average of $10,585 per employee for firms with less than 20 employees, according to a study done by Lafayette college economists Nicole and Mark Crain, published by the Small Business Administration.
Further embarrassment ensued when Graham essentially took the Fifth and refused to name the members of the House and Senate he has personally lobbied in order to stave off proposed federal regulations that will cut into the profits of a Washington Post Company subsidiary, Kaplan.
At only university in North America chartered by the Vatican.
“The idea of people owing allegiance to one country, that’s not very common in the world today.”—Margaret Stock, adjunct instructor, University of Alaska-Anchorage, at the Center for American Progress, May 11, 2011.
At least one congressional representative is not prepared to give higher education a blank check, probably because she worked in it.
Although she still considers herself a liberal, veteran journalist Claudia Dreifus found out just how intolerant the Left can be when she critiqued one of their totems in the book she co-authored, Higher Education? How Colleges Are Wasting Our Money and Failing Our Kids—And What We Can Do About It.
A Washington Post story about Catholic professors challenging Rep. John Boehner’s Catholic faith with an open letter to the House Speaker ignores the role of one of the key signers in a George Soros-funded group.
A veteran professor offered up an odd example of the benefits of tenure in a conference here in Washington, D. C. this week.