The municipal government in Washington, D. C.–which does not have a great track record in management, let alone education–thinks it does.
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Or at least student government funding.
Two African-American scholars argue that it is.
In the “you have to be kidding me” kind of news, USC students were unhappy at a teepee-like tent on their college campus because it was allegedly ‘culturally appropriating’ the Native American teepee.
Apparently, Georgetown University does not arm its campus police officers with sidearms, but with pepper spray and batons. One group at the university is petitioning the university to change that practice.
In the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter, we look at the increasing drift to the left in academia.
Yet another public school official got his hand caught in it.
The federal government has compiled more detailed statistics on bullying and local school officials have gone high tech in attempting to curtail it but might they be missing a key component?
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) seems to think so.
A team of researchers led by Miami University (of Ohio) Assistant Professor Andrew Saultz has compiled a map of “charter school deserts,” or poor areas where charters are hard to find but quite desired.