Apparently, George Washington University is a big stop for Democratic presidential candidates.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Last Fall, the president of a Catholic college acknowledged a trend we have been highlighting for years.
As Black History month draws to a close, we should highlight a Wilsonian trend in policy that is relevant to President Woodrow Wilson’s national and international outlook—segregation.
A chapter in Black History not likely to be taught in many classrooms or lecture halls anytime soon, in February or any other month.
Speaking for the Republican majority in the lower chamber of the state assembly, Virginia delegate Jeff Frederick earnestly defended their increase in education spending, even though there is precious little research showing that where schools are concerned, more is better.
Last Fall, I wrote that the Nobel Prize was awarded to writer Doris Lessing, now an anti-communist critical of feminists, for her earlier Marxism and feminism. Predictably, a reader from academe disagreed.
If you think that primary schools don’t spend enough time on education now, just wait. As a famous guy once said, “You ain’t heard nothin’ yet!”
Believe it or not, in the Dominion state, a Democratic governor is trying to cut education spending while Republicans in the state assembly fight those cuts.
The crowning irony of the endless push for diversity education in institutions of higher learning is that the places where you are most likely to hear racial epithets anymore are college campuses.
Noted author, attorney and activist Phyllis Schlaffly has some characteristically sage advice for Golden State parents upset with the manner in which homosexuality will be handled in California public schools thanks to a law recently signed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.