Some school administrators and teachers at Potomac High School in Maryland might be trying to improve abysmal test scores by gaming the exam.
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The Global Education Conference held at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. last month was used to teach educators how to bring global issues into the classroom. But, when it came time to practice the logistics of coordinating a debate the political opinions of the teachers could not be suppressed.
A recent conference on Global Education may have claimed nonpartisanship, but the rhetoric was one-sided.
At the SAF conference the lines were clearly drawn between the union representatives who claim political harassment and academic bias are isolated cases, and the trustees and reformers who disagree.
It is not only college students who are subjected to irrelevant political material in class, but K-12 students are also under fire.
Faculty members who see an academic freedom issue have opposing ideas for a remedy.
While the former foreign secretary for the Taliban attends lectures openly at Yale, ROTC cadets routinely feel compelled to change out of their U. S. military uniforms before returning to class.
A veteran cop and author debunked widespread academic myths about the U. S. military at Accuracy in Academia’s recent Capitol Hill conference.
California legislators keep passing bills that harm traditional family, even now considering eliminating references to mom, dad, husband and wife in classrooms and texts.
The academic lockout of military recruiters has ended, at least according to the Supreme Court.