Feminists at Montclair State University may want to petition the school for a portion of the income from student activity fees that the Muslim Student Association receives on the New Jersey campus.
When college junior Tony Maalouf brought up the anniversary of Reagan’s death with his peers, they responded with apathy.
In a new study Daniel Flynn exposes what many conservatives already understand: the liberal political bias present on college campuses.
Education experts ask whether No Child Left Behind is worth it.
Two recent legal battles remind us that “religious speech is not an orphan to the First Amendment.”
Students today may know less mathematics than the pupils of any previous generation but they do feel better about it.
History professor Joan Hoff of Montana State University, an expert on the Watergate scandal, finds it interesting that Bob Woodward is claiming that he had a close relationship with former FBI official Mark Felt, now identified as Deep Throat.
University of Oregon columnist Jennifer McBride wrote an interesting piece entitled “10 Reasons Not To Kill Bush.” I hope her parents are proud of the value they’re getting out of their daughter’s tuition.
American University went beyond being environmentally-friendly when it hosted convicted eco-terrorist Rodney Coronado two years ago.
High school students in Colorado learned that supposedly harmless pranks can have serious consequences.
But leading academic and textbook author still enamored.
Earlier this month the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Board of Education requested that the district Superintendent integrate discussions of Arizona’s recently-passed laws on immigration and ethnic studies into the public school curriculum.
As Elena Kagan’s confirmation hearings opened today, Senators repeatedly reminded her about her previous criticisms of the vacuity of Supreme Court confirmation hearings and encouraged her to set a precedent for a more frank confirmation process.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5–4 Monday to uphold an unusual university policy that forces student groups to allow outsiders who disagree with their beliefs to become leaders and voting members.
Recently I attended a lecture explaining the “Liberal Mind” by PhD. psychologist, Timothy C. Daughtry. He gave his explanation as to how such a minority (30%) in the United States has been able to impose its politics on the majority.
“I was mayor of Cincinatti after Jerry Springer, proving that the sublime sometimes follows the ridiculous.”
—Ken Blackwell, wryly, at AIA June 21, 2010 authors’ night.
A tiny town on Cape Cod has taken one thing off its back-to-school list: parental involvement. To the astonishment of most every media outlet in America, the Provincetown school board voted unanimously to pass out condoms to all students—starting with first graders.
Stories like Provincetown’s certainly make more parents into believers on the issue of school choice.
Given the lack of student interest in reading these days, it’s no surprise that the University of California at Berkeley decided to completely change the dynamics of the summer reading list. Read more.
While everyone from Middle American parents to the U. S. Secretary of Education are expressing a lack of confidence in the ability of ed schools to deliver qualified teachers to public schools, the deans of those institutions have no such angst.