The latest data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) shows that public schools in Oklahoma aren’t making any gains.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
While global warming alarmists, including some initial backers of a certain former U. S. Vice President’s Oscar-winning documentary, are jumping off the climate change express, high schools are increasingly hopping aboard this environmental bandwagon.
Technology buffs in the city of Brotherly Love are taking the School Without Walls concept into what may be the second-to-last frontier at Philadelphia’s Science Leadership Academy (SLA).
Can it be that economics has its reputation as the dismal science because of the way it is taught? Economist Peter G. Klein, in his appreciation of the founder of the Austrian School of Economics—Carl Menger— indicates that may be the case.
Like many other ills that afflict society, it now appears that the so-called “achievement gap” between white and black students is also a byproduct of secular progressive policies.
Institutions of higher learning, designed to be the most temperate pillars of society, produce some of America’s most intemperate and unsubstantiated rhetoric; and the two Granddaddies of grandiloquence have to be Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn.
Harrisburg, Pa.—Every now and then, someone from the multiculturalism industry admits that the battle for campus market share has been won and all that is left is to divide up the spoils.
Harrisburg, Pa.—A presentation here by Native American academics provided a demonstration of both the promise and pitfalls of multiculturalism.
Harrisburg, Pa.—Multiculturalists are continuously astounded that when they make racial “diversity” their holy grail, they rarely come anywhere close to achieving it.
Yet another widely held perception in academia is the idea that somehow universities contribute to economic growth although the exact cause and effect is hard to pin down.