Conservative ideas are winning and organizations growing on campuses across the U.S. despite funding problems and administrative difficulties.
Tackling issues facing public education are not easy, but Paul T. Hill of the University of Washington has a few ideas.
American students seem to have trouble understanding the greatness of our country and need the for patriotism. One high school student tells the story of what happened in his very classroom.
When giving a history quiz to a number of college students, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni failed four out of five students.
The “Boy Crisis” is also hitting higher education in the form of fewer numbers of men attending college as compared to women.
Students fear retaliation from professors, they feel pressured to accept the teachers viewpoints and say teachers introduce political comments in non-political classes, according to a new survey by ACTA.
Accreditation processes that don’t produce better teachers aren’t cost efficient and they don’t help our students.
Mal Kline exposes the illusory nature of McCarthyism in academia by examining testimony of Dr. Ellen Schrecker.
Discussions of school reform often result is shouting matches and excercises in passing the buck rather than honest discussion and creative ideas about how to fix public education, but a group of educators that spoke at AEI recently have a problem with that approach.
In school reports and newspapers, hoaxes and fraud get treated like fact all too often.
There is an obvious teachable moment in the Supreme Court case this week which tests the constitutionality of the Obama Administration’s health care program but most law professors will probably miss it.
In the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter, read about how Catholic colleges and universities are affected by the newly created health care law and the surprising pushback on campus.
All eyes are watching and ready for the Supreme Court to take up Obamacare in Florida vs. the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) this week. So much is at stake as this landmark case has the power to either bring things back to the drawing board or cast aside what lies at the very core of America.
The dramatic increase in college president salaries has not produced better leaders.—John K. Wilson of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).
It’s Free Will Friday.
If you want to avoid the bricks and mortar of the traditional college experience, as well as campus politics, you may find an increasing array of alternatives online.
At a time when spending in higher education is viewed with increasing suspicion, Hamilton College is trying a new stratagem to justify it.
In his recent book, American Avatar, Barry A. Sanders, Adjunct Professor of Communication Studies at UCLA, explains how the United States’ image abroad is falsely represented in literature on global views of America.
The annual routine of the men clickety clacking around in high heels for Rape Awareness Week is not unique to Mississippi State.