The latest issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education features a supplement on Diversity In Academe that, like the industry it covers, gives a superficial treatment of the concept, at best.
In the last presidential debate, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney went out of his way to declare his resistance to federal intrusion in education. It remains to be see whether he can retain that resistance should he win the top political job.
Three decades after her death, Ayn Rand is enjoying a bit of a renaissance right now.
For those college students hoping for the “green jobs” their universities tell them about, film producer Ann McElhinney has compiled a list of green companies that have gone bankrupt, with an asterisk denoting those which have received taxpayer funding.
Reaction to the newly minted federal laws that require healthy school lunches is far from settled.
When blowing the whistle is not a good career move.
The Chronicle of Higher Education offered up more than a dozen reforms to shake up higher education.
When public officials proclaim that they are acting “for the children,” look to see how much skin they’ve got in the game.
Doubtless the president’s amen corner in academia loved it when he answered a debate question on jobs with a dissertation on education. Yet while academics may have stomped and whistled, those unenlightened folk outside the faculty lounge might be forgiven if they find the First Answer clueless.
Publishers are promoting new Core-aligned materials.