It is well settled that the First Amendment fully protects the free speech rights of students, and the Supreme Court has emphasized that religious speech is entitled to the same protections.
Students and invited speakers do not shed their constitutional rights when they step up to the graduation podium. Expressing faith in God does not disqualify a student from delivering a graduation message.
The recent book, Out of Ivy, gives an inside account of what happens when a student goes ivy.
What else needs to be done to measure the success of North Carolina education?
Students are moving away from politically correct humanities majors and courses towards the social sciences.
Dozens of prominent education programs across the country demand that their students promote social justice.
On May 23 the Montgomery County School Board voted to completely scrap a controversial sex education curriculum.
Fired essentially for no other reason than acting on her conservative Republican beliefs in her free time, acclaimed sociologist Jean Cobbs has long been a dissident whose tribulations AIA has followed with concern.
Parents aren’t the only ones bristling over campus political correctness battles, and the prospect of paying over $200,000 per child for four years of college. Contributions from alumni have declined steadily over the past several years and now hover around 13 percent.
Given the school’s propensity to discipline professors who make pro-Israel statements and defend those who attack Church policy and traditions, a case could be made to name DePaul University in Chicago as a college that is Catholic in Name Only.
An interesting flip side of the victimology that permeates public schools is that teachers are frequently expected to play the villain. One self-help expert who literally advises educators to turn the other cheek is Dr. Eric P. Hartwig.
Late yesterday, Liberty Counsel filed a complaint in federal court in New Mexico to stop the unconstitutional censorship of a group of students at Roswell High School and Goddard High School called “Relentless in Roswell.”
In the highly competitive online environment where everyone is seeking to develop a niche market, Christian colleges appear to be gaining ground, according to Education News.
A new documentary film called “The Lottery” that takes on the topic of charter schools, is getting cheers and jeers from critics and filmgoers.
“Too many Republicans ran like Ronald Reagan but governed like Jimmy Carter.”
—Ken Blackwell at a June 21, 2010 AIA authors’ night explaining the GOP’s recent reversal of electoral fortunes
Liberty University School of Law welcomed the TeenPact Judicial Program for the third consecutive year. TeenPact Judicial is an intense, weeklong program, which instructs highly motivated and intelligent teenage students interested in the study of law.
Stanford University’s Jon Krosnick has either been distorting climate polling to suit his ideological position for years or he is an utterly incompetent pollster. The solid bet is on the former.
For students who are bored with the same old special interest campus groups, Naomi Rockler-Gladen reported that they might try something a bit out of the ordinary.
Has higher education become the equivalent of a giant Ponzi scheme? Perhaps.
Michael Jackson changed music and pop culture, but a Texas Tech University pop culture guru can speak about the King of Pop’s impact in fields such as engineering, law, medicine and psychology.