Professors who rail against the imprisonment of blacks rarely show as much interest in black victims of crime. “In 1980, there were 500,000 Americans in prison or jail,” Jason Stanley writes in The Chronicle Review….
Monthly Archives For June 2015
It’s a really good piece on how New Orleans charter schools picked up the pieces after Hurricane Katrina to drastically improve the education environment in the city.
Allen West does not mince words about how California professors see the U.S. flag as a racist symbol.
Dr. John Christy is a prominent professor in the field, but his conclusion led to a falling out with his colleagues.
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in education continue to crumble when they encounter reality. “Not a single junior at Seattle’s Nathan Hale High School showed up to take this spring’s Smarter Balanced tests (SBAC—one…
The College Fix said: “The University of Michigan’s Juan Cole has a rather interesting take on Dylann Roof’s murders of nine people in Charleston, South Carolina.” “He says Roof’s “manifesto” shows that the “same hatemongers…
So would they have this requirement for Muslim or other religious groups?
This was a response to the South Carolina shooting at a church in Charleston, and the professor, Paul Butler, played the race card.
The 381,517 words of the President’s health care law may be a lot for Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to read, but the Supreme Court should have had no trouble with four. At the heart of the…
Obama had the plan to rate colleges, which riled administrators. Now, he’s abandoned those plans, which would have been very subjective to start with.