A national organization dedicated to academic freedom called on the U.S. Department of Education, Governors and institutions of higher education to disavow ideological litmus tests imposed on prospective teachers.
Hard nosed “Meet the Press” host Tim Russert [pictured]received an education from the students at Harvard last week.
David McCullough gives some insight as to why the Ivory Tower produces such, at best, lackluster histories.
Karin Agness, a student at the University of Virginia, created the Network of Enlightened Women (NEW) to counter the radical feminist dogma offered by university organizations.
In his Politically Incorrect Guide to American History Thomas E. Woods writes about the victims of communism, a subject few academics care to visit.
Is The Nation’s publisher and co-owner running the Columbia Journalism Review?
When I first discovered the work of Columbia University professor Rashid Khalidi [pictured], I did come to one conclusion: His thoughts may be bizarre but they are his own. Now, I am not so sure.
Starting with this fall’s freshman class, high school students in the Philadelphia School District will be required to take a courses in African and African American history in order to graduate.
Questions about Sami al-Arian as his trial begins…
Add Thomas Jefferson to the small but growing list of names of famous individuals in American history who have had their names removed from public schools in Berkeley, California.
Fort Myers, FL – Today [July 1] Liberty Counsel filed a lawsuit to overturn a recent ban on distributing Bibles on the public school campuses of Collier County, Florida.
One of the signs of the increasing popularity of homeschooling is the growing number of Americans who avail themselves of it after graduation. It’s also a sign of the endemic failures of public education today.
It has been 2.5 months since BP’s subcontracted deepwater, floating drilling unit exploded, discharging oil ever since. Public opinion says BP should be punished. And so they have.
For most of the past half century, Columbia University has provided endless fodder for news outlets such as ours. Indeed, as Accuracy in Academia discovered, the campus left has veto power over not just the curriculum but extracurricular activities as well.
Summer reading suggestions from Accuracy in Academia that probably won’t overlap those of most universities.
At Accuracy in Academia’s June 21 Author’s Night Ken Blackwell and Ken Klukowski discussed the premises of their book The Blueprint: Obama’s Plan to Subvert the Constitution and Build an Imperial Presidency.
Dr. Benjamin Wiker discusses his new book 10 Books Every Conservative Must Read with AIM Chairman Don Irvine. Listen here.
Minneapolis, MN – Today Liberty Counsel is filing a lawsuit on behalf of Child Evangelism Fellowship of Minnesota (CEF), the sponsor o Good News Clubs, against the Minneapolis Special School District No. 1 for unfairly denying equal inclusion in its promotion of after-school programs
Casual sex, common on many college campuses, leaves many female students dissatisfied and with hurt feelings, according to the authors of a recent column for The Chronicle Review.
Academics rarely try to explain why the human condition has not improved while they are busily trying to archive the U. S. Constitution and introduce us to a panoply of “rights.”