It’s interesting that the same worthies on campus who clamor to disinvest from Israel have yet to endorse sanctions on Iran.
No Recession for Tedford
California students and furloughed faculty will be feeling the pinch this academic year. Not so for University of California head coach, Jeff Tedford. He’s going to get $2.8 million for the upcoming football season.
Limits To Diversity & Tolerance
When school district representatives told a Southern California teacher to remove the banners he had on display in his classroom, “diversity” and “tenure” were used to justify the order, according to Robert Muise, a lawyer for the Michigan-based Thomas More Law Center.
One Biola University math professor went above and beyond for his class this Holloween.
Health Care Protesters Overwhelm Capitol
Today’s November 5 rally may have drawn as many as 20,000 protesters against the health care bill which will soon come up for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives, according to an Americans for Prosperity representative.
Surprising Census Statistics
Guess what government service has the largest number of employees at the state and local level?
D.C. Exports School Choice
This week Virginia Walden-Ford, executive director of D.C. Parents for School Choice, will be traveling to Kentucky to a rally supporting state legislation for charter schools.
Stimulated School Systems
Americans driving, or walking, through blocks of shut-down businesses and foreclosed-upon homes while greeting their unemployed neighbors or perhaps looking for jobs themselves may wonder what happened to the so-called stimulus money that Congress voted to spend earlier this year.
Ed News in Brief
According to Michelle Malkin, the National Education Association is recommending two of Saul Alinsky’s books, Reveille for Radicals and Rules for Radicals, to member teachers.