Under the guise of improving the learning environment, local schools might be offering more of the same social experimentation that already leads to less literacy and more juvenile delinquency in public school classrooms year after year.
Although at least one of her political science professors told her that individuals do not make a difference, Ruth Malhotra, a soft-spoken, petite, rising senior at Georgia Tech, proved that lecturer wrong.
A college professor actually gets it right.
Bucknell University Conservatives
Club will build a 9/11 Memorial on Bucknell University s campus on
Friday, September 9 starting at 11am.
With the upcoming confirmation hearings for John Roberts to the Supreme Court, a soon to be released study seems particularly timely.
A couple of years ago when Yassir Arafat was still alive and kicking, I gave Ibrahim Hooper at least a half a dozen opportunities to denounce Arafat and the PLO in a five-minute telephone conversation: The CAIR spokesman ignored them all.
The name change of a University of Utah club might be unintentionally revealing.
Texas is spending too much public education money outside the classroom, says Michael Quinn Sullivan, vice president of the Texas Public Policy Foundation and its getting worse.
Hold on to your wallets: Lady Luck will soon be tempting the self-restraint of North Carolinians around the state. Legislation creating a state lottery passed on Tuesday, and was quickly signed into law by Governor Easley yesterday.
Our correspondent responds to a critique of her work.
Those diversity mavens in academia want to keep at least one group out of their big tent—the U. S. military.
Of all of the promises that America’s elites—from academia to the higher echelons of government—make to American youth, none may be quite so suspect as the promise of a greener future, in every sense of the word, if the young will only train for jobs of a similar hue.
Academics might be able to learn something from retired public officials.
Helen Thomas may be sticking by her comments on Israel but Wayne State University isn’t.
Professors still believe that the woes that afflict higher education can be solved through federal intervention.
Read how academics overlook a formative influence on their favorite president in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Today, Michelle Rhee announced that she has started an organization called “Students First.”
Because the conservatives most likely to be employed in academia are of the neo variety, students may not get an accurate picture of conservatism or, for that matter, America.
As if the evidence on the benefits of private schools were not voluminous enough, there comes a report with an Ivy League imprimatur that goes a long way towards sealing the deal.
The silence from academia on the number one homeland security story—airport scanners— has been somewhat surprising but recently broken.