When you fine tune the studies on Head Start, the program’s shortcomings only become more readily apparent.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
It turns out that Education Schools may not have caught up with affirmative action.
But don’t expect it’s Chamber of Commerce, or Board of Trade, to put out press releases about it but somebody did, sort of.
Not only is the middle of the road indistinguishable in American universities but at the top schools, the middle class is becoming invisible.
In open letters, that is.
And they’re scratching their heads trying to figure out why.
Former members of the American Studies Association (ASA) who are suing ASA over its resolution to Boycott, Divest from and Sanction Israel (BDS) can collect if they prevail in court, a federal judge ruled.
An historian from the University of North Carolina-Ash claims that the Janus decision that nullified the agency fees non-members have to pay to unions is a right-wing fantasy but he may have some fantastic notions of his own.
Young Republicans, when you get a ride from Uber, remember, anything you say can and will be used against you.
And from an academic world that encounters it too rarely.