The nation’s political landscape may change drastically in the coming years if today’s college students have their way.
Articles By: larryscholer_48
The current generation of college-aged young adults—often called either Generation Y or the “Millennials”—lives in a culture of unprecedented choice and individualism.
The alarming high school dropout rate has spurred school administrators and policymakers to action.
Republicans are winning parents at the polls, and this “parent gap” has Democrats worried.
A look at the recent record of the American Association of University Professors reveals the real agenda of the academic freedom watchdog, according to Mal Kline, executive director of Accuracy in Academia.
Not only do liberals fill the classrooms, evidence suggests that they control hiring committees, by preferring liberals over conservatives.
Ronald Reagan’s two landslide victories in presidential elections obscure the road he traveled to become the Republican nominee. His failed bid for the 1976 Republican nomination would propel him four years later to the nomination and ultimately the presidency.
Although Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) recently rejected George Mason University’s (GMU) application to establish a chapter of the organization on the Fairfax, VA campus, the society’s own record on free speech is suspect at best.
In a new book, Donald Downs, a political scientist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, outlines an approach to ridding campuses of political correctness. In Restoring Free Speech and Liberty on Campus, he shifts the focus away from the professors and to the administrators.
Three Congressmen have teamed with four Pittsburgh punk rockers to fight an obscure provision of the No Child Left Behind Act.