Some public officials forget that the wall of separation between church and state is meant to protect the former from the latter.
Calls for more intensive early childhood education programs often accompany studies revealing that American students lag behind their international peers.
After the 2004 election the President remarked that he had earned political capital, and on Monday it became clear that he intended to spend some of it on advancing the education reforms of his first term.
Interestingly, when you read the academic reactions they reveal more of what got past reviews by peers and, if you spend any time actually reading real academic articles, what is startling is the uncanny degree to which they do look like the real thing.
A professor at Rice University wonders if climate change, more commonly known as global warming among non-Millennials, will eliminate racism across the world.
At the University of Utah.
Out of the mouths of millennials…
Not the confederate one, the American one
New York University was the subject of a food vendor controversy, where several employees created a ‘Black History Month’ themed menu that sparked outrage due to the menu featuring watermelon-flavored water and other allegedly stereotypical foods associated with African-Americans.
One wonders if unionized teachers watch “Freaky Friday” before they start acting like school children.