Jay Bergman, an historian at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU), recently examined the 823-page affirmative action plan at CCSU and found it wanting, to say the least.
Texas A & M has backed away from its relationship with the Confucius Institute when the chancellor responded to concerns from a pair of state legislators–one Democrat and one Republican–that the Institutes more likely follow the model of academic freedom in China, from whence they came, than America.
Lectures at the Cato Institute do not necessarily deliver conservative college professors, although they may be the most conservative college professors the organizers at Cato, or anywhere else can find.
A group of graduate students is organizing it.
But are they Democrats before they are education reformers?
The Southern Sociological Society is having their annual conference this year, but the topic is analyzing the Trump presidency from an anti-Trump perspective.
Instead of joining leftist student demands to disarm campus police at Stony Brook University, the College Democrats asked administrators to have mandatory school shooting trainings.
Namely, local law enforcement, or the lack thereof.
A Temple University professor, Heath Fogg Davis, is transgender and has his students write down their “preferred” gender at the start of the semester.
Ah the tribulations of being a progressive activist.