Scores in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina have jumped considerably at a time when the majority of the city’s public schools have become charter schools.
Monthly Archives For October 2011
Republican presidential contender Herman Cain may catch more than the Washington establishment by surprise.
The second amendment has been getting a surprising boost on campuses lately—from college women—much to the consternation of university administrators.
Are Nebraska college students receiving a well-rounded education?
Listen to a bona fide historian give some surprising history lessons. Originally broadcast on April 7, 2011.
A Mid East Studies professor who we have covered is in the news again, and once again the subject of investigations surrounding claims that his attitudes towards Israel could be labeled discriminatory.
Read about what the founder of AIM and AIA had in common with the TEA Party.
“We live in a society where you can lose your job for making a racist joke but where there are usually no consequences for making regional slurs.”—Althea Webb, assistant professor of education, Berea College, in The Chronicle Review, October 7, 2011.
We’ve actually found a Middle East studies professor who provides valuable information and insights.
An academic veteran is concerned with the degree to which student debt affects academic performance. Now if only university VIPs would notice the extent to which college costs lead to student debt.