When you read history after you graduate, you invariably come away with a startling realization: Everything that you have been taught is wrong.
Monthly Archives For March 2013
And one from Accuracy in Academia makes it a full 100 education reforms compiled by the National Association of Scholars in the latest issue of AIA’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
If students feel obliged to refrain from relaying tales of campus indoctrination, the dwindling ranks of conservative professors abide by an even more restrictive code of silence: Their livelihood is at stake.
Perhaps there was a time when great writers were welcomed in academia and appreciated the time they spent there. This isn’t that time.
Here’s a vignette that shows how an academic can get tenure, or at least how one well-placed one did.
“Each student we lose seriously impacts our budget.”— F. Javier Cevallos, President, Kutztown University
A Notre Dame theologian is downplaying the history of the persecution of Christians.
Some may think we exaggerate how far a distance English Departments have traversed from Shakespeare and Milton. Just have a look at the program for the College English Association’s Middle Atlantic Group conference to be held this weekend at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland.
“The reason that the institutions of the West are under assault is because they can be.”—Stephen Balch, director, Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, Texas Tech, founder, National Association of Scholars.
A fascinating anomaly of the academic Left: No matter how many institutions they and their policies dominate, they still view themselves as downtrodden, even in the circles in which they are dominant.