Youth, like age, hath its privileges, and one of them seems to be the right to not think too far ahead.
In the academic and political worlds in which our laws are incubated and passed, there is one statute scholars and politicos routinely ignore: the law of unintended consequences.
The University of Missouri’s “Guide to Religion” includes nearly 10 Wiccan and Pagan observances that professors are asked to consider when scheduling homework or tests.
If you’re wondering why students who study U.S. History appear not to have learned a thing about history, there’s a reason.
The latest study from the National Association of Scholars features 100 education reforms, including Accuracy in Academia’s.
When academics weigh in on social issues, they tend to get sociological.
That an Ivy League historian takes exception to the idea of American Exceptionalism may not surprise. That the skeptic is not a man of the Left is rather noteworthy. “The term did not even exist…
When you look at left-wing bias in academia over time, you find that…
What happens when a group of people the academic Left claims to care about run up against a policy it cares more about?
A trio of academic economists have taken a hard look at the Federal Reserve System and found it wanting, to put it mildly.