CNN’s Brian Stelter took issue with President Trump’s latest tweet about the UCLA basketball players — Cody Riley, LiAngelo Ball and Jalen Hill, who were arrested in China for shoplifting and, thanks to Trump, were recently…
It seems that the University of North Carolina under the stewardship of former Republican U. S. Secretary of Education (DOE) Margaret Spellings is developing a reputation for competence reminiscent of her tenure at DOE.
Since most professors want more regulations, this is truly a breakthrough. “If you rent or buy a place to live in New York, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., or any other high-priced city in the country,…
In the latest issue of Reason magazine, Katherine Mangu-Ward adds something to the gun control debate that activists and academics on all sides of the issue rarely provide—facts.
Having failed in direct votes on even the most ardently anti-Israel campuses, propoents of boycotting, divesting from and sanctioning Israel and its scholars, BDS forces have been attempting to work their will on academia by stealth.
Trump Nominee for Education’s Office of Civil Rights Poised to Take on the World’s Oldest Hatred
In March 2017, six self-righteous professors (members of the tellingly named Commission for Ethnicity, Race, and Equity (CERE)) sent an email to the entire Wellesley community in which they railed against “several guest speakers with controversial and objectionable beliefs [who] have presented their ideas at Wellesley.”
Why Faculty Should Not Choose Who May, and May Not Speak on University Campuses
In a move sure to annoy the academic left already hostile to him, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed an executive order effectively outlawing BDS in the state.
College presidents and university administrators waste no time lining up at microphones and manning the op-ed pages on the need to help poor students. However, when we’re not looking, they help the rich.
All those collegiates thrilled to stay on their parents’ insurance after graduation might not realize that their parents may not be covered either.
Her peers have indirectly dressed down the Yale psychiatrist who diagnosed the president as unstable without ever examining him personally.
Could this, to revive a phrase that might be used by the more traditional English professors who populated the MLA in days of old, lead to a a renaissance for the organization?
Only in higher education, it seems, do the number of jobs go up when the number of customers go down.
Which state has excelled in producing presidents and college football champions? Here’s a hint: It begins with an O.
At least one positive education statistic did go up during the Obama years.
It seems that the old community organizer couldn’t organize the community at his old place of employment.
A student who attends the University of California-Berkeley was detained at the U.S.-Mexico border because he was an illegal immigrant and had no legal papers. Now, the university is fighting to get him released from detention.
A diversity course at East Carolina University was found to be ineffective in changing students’ racial and gender biases, the instructor found.
Now this usually doesn’t happen.