More than half of American teachers support school choice, a Democratic pollster said at the National Press Club on January 22, 2015. “Fifty-five percent of teachers support the concept of school choice,” Debbie Beck said….
Monthly Archives For January 2015
It is a joint project by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to make humanities textbooks available to everyone, at least the ones out of print.
There was a lot of bad press about Republican Steve Scalise possibly attending a Ku Klux Klan function (which was quickly debunked), but this brings up the hypocrisy of the Left: Why not criticize Margaret…
The university’s board of trustees voted on this proposal, following Stanford’s lead.
When professors do pay attention to religion, they usually get it wrong. “Conservatives would rather have [social welfare] provided by religious organizations, which is incompatible with other aspects of Catholic social teaching,” Robin Sowards, an…
Waiting lists are one sign of the desirability of school choice. Graduation rates are another, and they seem to rise in tandem. In Washington, D.C., the “waiting list for students in the DC area for…
A really great take from Michael Barone, who wrote this article for The National Review Online. Millennials are committing less crime and are a New Victorian-type generation.
The question is, who ratted them out. You’d think the Reds at the likes of Columbia University wouldn’t mind spying on capitalist America.
Check out the latest events and updates HERE. It’s a great effort to get better education for America’s future.
They’re trying to create a gender-neutral and gender-friendly environment. Uh, okay then.