Alleged “undue pressure” felt by female students at Oxford University, when they’re in coed classes with male students, led the university to give female students more time to finish exams.
Articles By: Accuracy in Academia
A law professor at Fordham made the claim that being a black American is a disability in U.S. society.
A college professor in Australia, in a recent journal article, claimed that small classroom chairs disempowers women and is a mode of sexism against women.
At least one parent complained to a Wisconsin school district about having Harper Lee’s classic book, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” in the school district’s curriculum.
Michigan State University settled a lawsuit with a white supremacist to let him speak on their campus during their spring break.
George Washington University professor of English, Ayanna Thompson, was recently featured in a university department news article that highlights her interpretation of William Shakespeare’s plays in today’s race-relation atmosphere
A University of Oregon symposium will help attendees answer the question, “What’s up with Whiteness?” and find their place in the world.
Vandalism at UCLA strikes the Jewish student body president, where a mezuzah was taken from the doorpost. A mezuzah is placed on the door post and is filled with sacred Jewish prayer text, symbolizing one’s Jewish identity and pride.
After the Charlottesville, Virginia protests that resulted in the death of a counter-protester, college administrators are afraid of how to handle controversial speakers on their campuses in 2018.
Advanced Placement exams for European history are full of “progressive propaganda,” claimed a higher education group. The reason for those claims? Excluding Christopher Columbus from the course material.