Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina got more than just Ivory Tower experience when it found a credentialed expert to teach Introduction to Criminal Justice.
Although the labor union is trying to maintain its grip on the dysfunctional public schools it helped to create, the California Teachers’ Association (CTA) is in danger of losing whatever power it has left.
Under the guise of improving the learning environment, local schools might be offering more of the same social experimentation that already leads to less literacy and more juvenile delinquency in public school classrooms year after year.
Although at least one of her political science professors told her that individuals do not make a difference, Ruth Malhotra, a soft-spoken, petite, rising senior at Georgia Tech, proved that lecturer wrong.
A college professor actually gets it right.
Bucknell University Conservatives
Club will build a 9/11 Memorial on Bucknell University s campus on
Friday, September 9 starting at 11am.
With the upcoming confirmation hearings for John Roberts to the Supreme Court, a soon to be released study seems particularly timely.
A couple of years ago when Yassir Arafat was still alive and kicking, I gave Ibrahim Hooper at least a half a dozen opportunities to denounce Arafat and the PLO in a five-minute telephone conversation: The CAIR spokesman ignored them all.
The name change of a University of Utah club might be unintentionally revealing.
Texas is spending too much public education money outside the classroom, says Michael Quinn Sullivan, vice president of the Texas Public Policy Foundation and its getting worse.
Cost-benefit analysis may not be their strong suit but education majors may have figured out how to get the best return on their investment from college.
Penn State climatologist Michael Mann takes on critics, in court.
Teaching tools have apparently become more exotic since the days of slide rules and overhead projectors.
Herman Cain is not the first conservative candidate for president to alarm the elites.
Here’s the thing about academic research: At its best, it reaffirms the obvious but at a much greater cost than casual observation entails.
When New Jersey passed the strictest anti-bullying law in the country, no one thought to protect teachers.
It seems that law school is not the recession-proof profession that budding barristers thought it was. Indeed, they may become barristas first.
There is an odd sort of ying-yang going on between the Occupy Wall Street protests and institutions of higher learning.
Accuracy in Academia will feature veteran journalist and the author of Crazy U, Andrew Ferguson, at the next AIA Author’s Night on October 26, 2011.
Accuracy in Media actually found a conservative media critic at UCLA.