Accuracy in Academia, a non-profit research group based in Washington, D. C., wants schools to return to their traditional mission-the quest for truth. To promote this goal, AIA documents and publicizes political bias in education in Campus Report, its monthly newsletter. CR articles focus on:
- The use of classroom and/or university resources to indoctrinate students;
- Discrimination against students, faculty or administrators based on political or academic beliefs; and
- Campus violations of free speech.
Biography of Malcolm Kline
Malcolm A. Kline is the executive director of Accuracy in Academia (AIA), a non-profit research group reporting on bias in education. In that capacity, Kline serves as editor-in-chief of AIA’s web site—www.academia.org. Kline also edits AIA’s monthly newsletter, Campus Report. He has hosted a monthly online broadcast on www.rightalk.com.
He previously worked as the editor of the National Journalism Center (NJC) and has written for a variety of publications including USA Today, Crisis magazine, The American Enterprise, Organization Trends (from the Capital Research Center), Insight magazine, Human Events, The National Catholic Register, The Non-Profit Times, and Consumer’s Research magazine. A graduate of the University of Scranton, Kline also worked as an intern at the NJC, contributing research for columnist Donald Lambro’s syndicated column.
The husband of the former Annie-Grace Saungweme, and father of three, the native Pennsylvanian now makes his home in Triangle, VA.
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