An elementary art schoolteacher was terminated after assigning an exercise that included classical art pieces and he plans on appealing the decision.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
James Madison University is offering a $250 stipend to faculty members to attend an inclusivity ‘institute’ and make multicultural understanding a part of their teaching.
A UCLA study by students concluded that President Donald Trump’s tweets and “language shows an anti-immigrant bias,” which study was used to support DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
A Texas state representative had a social media post on how there are two genders, but a San Jose State University professor claimed that chromosomes do not determine gender.
A university professor who once tweeted that all he wished for Christmas was a ‘white genocide,’ has now resigned due to harassment by right-wing online mobs, according to the professor.
Bard College is the latest college to offer a gender pronoun guide to inform students and faculty how to call other people’s gender.
Merrimack College offers its students a social justice major to know how to handle the United Nations, and other interactions.
Apparently, selfies (i.e. photos of oneself often taken from a smartphone) are pushing ‘traditional gender roles’ at the University of Georgia.
The University of Virginia administration pressured the student government to withdraw their objections to a conservative group mission statement in order to approve their application.
Rolling Stone, a magazine sued for defamation, reached a settlement with a University of Virginia fraternity on undisclosed terms.