A look at the cutting edge concerns of gender studies departments helps give us an idea of just how wide a gulf there is between academics and mere mortals.
Monthly Archives For January 2012
See how English professors sparked the Occupy movement in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Public school scores may be static but where government schools are privatized, progress is actually being made.
Accuracy in Academia has signed onto a letter to the U. S. Department of Education urging the agency not to encourage more restrictive speech codes at colleges and universities.
In American University’s law school lecture series this Spring, legal training is virtually indistinguishable from community organizing.
The University of Scranton, which bills itself as “a nationally recognized Catholic and Jesuit university in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains region,” has invited a pro-choice speaker to its campus—former U. S. Rep. Marjorie Margolies.
When you look for the great books in academia, you may not find them collected in the form that you remember them in.
Just in time for School Choice Week.
English majors in America today may be pursuing dubious studies but they also face dim job prospects.
Hanging out with professors can sometimes give you an idea of trends in higher education.