At the University of Utah.
Proposals to force colleges and universities to boycott, divest from and sanction (BDS) Israel keep failing in the most left-wing of enclaves, such as the Modern Language Association (MLA). Nevertheless proponents of the measure keep putting forth BDS propositions with increasing stridency.
The faculty feminist at Fresno State who took the occasion of the death of the beloved former first lady to trash her in tweets—Randa Jarrar–will, as she predicted, keep her job.
But he never entertains the possibility that the education that not only colleges but high schools and universities offer has deteriorated to such an extent that only conservatives know what the First Amendment does.
Really, the Left dominates academia in America to a degree that they never could in the former Soviet Union.
Two African-American scholars argue that it is.
The federal government has compiled more detailed statistics on bullying and local school officials have gone high tech in attempting to curtail it but might they be missing a key component?
The author of Hillbilly Elegy, the New York Times bestseller about growing up in Appalachia, was disrupted in an appearance at an Appalachian Studies Association (ASA) conference.
The education policy of the administration of former President George W. Bush is one we’ve always covered critically.
Penn State is actually cutting back on the number of healthy activities their students can engage in.
University of Massachusetts-Amherst has a LGBTQIA Center on its campus, which published a guide on how to exam “gender-normative privilege.”
And not just unofficially in college but officially in K-12.
Yet another celebrity has backed out of a commencement address at a California university to show solidarity with striking employees.
If universities really want to be taken seriously as sources of scholarship, they might stop imitating Vegas hotels.
A concerned passerby did not want to be reminded of how many people were killed by communism.
A quartet of professors suggest that women in STEM fields should perhaps literally get an A for effort.
Professor Wayne Au, who teaches at University of Washington-Bothell, is advocating for Marxist teaching in K-12 education.
The University of Michigan is looking to hire an administrator in conflict resolution to help students handle disagreements and to build trust.
Economist Walter Williams argues that it is not the failures of the free market that have led to its disparagement, primarily in academia but also in K-12 education, but its successes.
A transgender student’s lawyers claim there is one and a federal judge is giving him the right to try to prove it in court.