A surprising number of views held by political conservatives about higher education are shared by people who don’t share their philosophy, or at least their party label.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
Don’t let the name fool you: Red4EdNC is anything but a Republican group.
If you didn’t know that thousands of teachers went on strike this year, it’s probably because the media outlets you consult didn’t cover the strikes much.
We rarely see eye-to-eye with the liberal Washington Monthly but their college rankings are an intriguing alternative to the much-heralded U. S. News rankings that administrators everywhere dream of getting in.
It’s a question that the parents of college students in America, not to mention the collegians themselves, should want the answer to.
Over and over again, we seem to see that when political, media and academic elites agree on something, it stands a very good chance of not being true.
So naturally, the news gets buried.
A trio of Iowa professors is getting a quarter of a million dollars to study microaggressions from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
James Livingston, the white Rutgers historian who obscenely tweeted about how much he hates white people, has been found in violation of school policy by the university.
The Fordham professor who dismissed Mollie Tibbetts, who was murdered by a killer whose immigration status is unclear, received her first truly unfavorable rating on Rate My Professors.com (RMP) after briefly discussing the collegian’s murder on MSNBC.