Sesame Workshop, which reported revenue of $130,606,413, in 2009, says 35 percent comes from “corporate, foundation and government support.”
Monthly Archives For October 2012
Defending PBS, CEO Paula Kerger told CNN’s Carol Costello, “We’re America’s biggest classroom.”
How is Common Core now being used in classrooms?
Doubtless the president’s amen corner in academia loved it when he answered a debate question on jobs with a dissertation on education. Yet while academics may have stomped and whistled, those unenlightened folk outside the faculty lounge might be forgiven if they find the First Answer clueless.
3 presidents at public colleges, including Penn State’s Graham Spanier, made more than a million in 2010-2011. —Chronicle of Higher Education almanac.
The not-yet published Common Core standards give every indication of mangling Cold War History.
Original documents are presented in such a manner as to actually diminish them.
Find out how racial preferences hurt blacks in higher education in the latest issue of AIA’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
We now know that the Muslim Students’ Association (MSA) in the United States served as a incubator for the spread of Shariah law in the Mideast. No less a personage than Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi can count himself an alumnus of the MSA.
Ayers and his allies used the “critical policy area” of education, and through four aims: “local school councils,” small schools, social justice teaching, and payment of reparations through education spending.