The roster of speakers who will address Accuracy in Academia’s Conservative University conference this summer is filling up but so is space in the audience.
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…
The conservative contingent on the faculty at Cornell dropped to zero. He left.
PRINCETON, NJ (October 14, 2010)—The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has published a long-buried study on the state of the history research paper in American high schools.
Accuracy in Academia, which has been annoying academics for a quarter of a century, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
The danger of exposing academia and government to free enterprise is that the former will corrupt the latter.
Apparently, the president is having such a hard time of it politically that he is even losing faith in part of his base—academia.
The good news is that Berkeley produces a skewed world view. The bad news is that it provides an all too accurate microcosm of academia.
A man who Accuracy in Academia rarely sees eye-to-eye with nonetheless makes a good point in the October 8, 2010 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education.
When you run into malaprops among Advanced Placement students, you really have to ruminate over the condition of education.
“The Tea Party Movement, otherwise known as the Great Peasant Revolt of 2010, has been greeted by the country’s ruling class with all the sympathy that Voltaire expressed toward the Catholic Church: ‘Kill the infamous thing!’”— Dr. Marvin Folkertsma, political science professor, Grove City College.
Yale economist compares global warming skeptics to Hitler-appeasing Neville Chamberlain.