A reader critiques our correspondent’s story on high school textbook bias.
Jon Sanders carries the latest NCAA pronouncement to its illogical extreme, so it could happen.
This Tuesday, college professor and conservative columnist Dr. Mike Adams paid a visit to North Carolina State University.
Until Hurricane Katrina came and temporarily knocked Natalee Holloway, Cindy Sheehan and Judge John Roberts off the radar, one of the big shockers was that Timken High School in Canton, Ohio had a wee bit of a problem. Out of 490 female students, 65 are pregnant.
Six Catholic universities have United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) chapters on their campuses despite the Vatican’s nine-year-old refusal to support the multilateral government agency.
Just three weeks after banning what it deemed to be “hostile” or “abusive” Indian nicknames and mascots in post season play the NCAA has backed down and granted a waiver to the Florida State Seminoles.
The latest pronouncement from academia correctly identifies the failings of public education but misdiagnoses the cause and, hence, offers a prescription that promises more of the same malady.
If you ever doubted that most high school students are basically lazy, you know have some proof thanks to a recently completed survey.
When 15-year-old Chelsea Rhoades left for school early one day last December, her family expected it to be just another normal, uneventful day at one of Indiana’s premier public high schools but school officials had slightly different plans.
Advocates of a sex education curriculum promoting abstinence ought to be on their guard.
What is known locally in Washington, D. C. as a dog-and-pony show is being played out across the country as proponents of the DREAM Act rally their troops to put this education spending proposal over the top.
Eating, sleeping and watching TV are not only part of living, they are part of many course catalogues.
As stakeholders in the higher education establishment here in Washington, D. C., plead for more federal funding to get better results, an outside-the-Beltway think tank has crunched some numbers that indicate that they might be mistaken.
The center of the international terrorist network has apparently shifted to Somalia but its target remains the same—the United States.
A professor at that Boston College is warning her students about the dangers of Israel’s presence in the West Bank.
In its own Jesuitical way, Boston College is trying to be Catholic in more than name only.
Although the exact date is in dispute, it is generally assumed that in the Fall of 1621 in the vicinity of Plymouth Plantation, a group of very grateful colonists set down to a bountiful feast.
In Howell, Michigan, an out-of-control economics teacher booted two students from class after he provoked a discussion about homosexuality.
At least one visiting lecturer got to experience this treatment up close and personal.