A Michigan high school forbids conservative students from distributing a newspaper. Two of the students tell their story.
I have an interesting story that I believe you may find interesting. Please let me relay the story as it occurred.
Policymakers have long thought the solution to the achievement gap to be in early childhood education.
Irvine Valley College and Saddleback College in southern California have decided to end their 14 year old study abroad program in Spain.
The 335,000-member California Teachers Association, the state’s most powerful union, is airing radio spots claiming that Governor Schwarzenegger wants to “stiff our kids for $2 billion every year!” Does he?
A recent lecture at Bowdoin College has roiled the Maine campus. On February 22 the Bowdoin College Republicans hosted Vernon Robinson, a North Carolina conservative activist and former candidate for the House of Representatives.
The law school of the flagship campus of the UNC system files an amicus brief in a Supreme Court case dealing with a question in the field of public education. The case is decided largely to the law school’s liking. Yet, the UNC system as a whole, and several individual UNC campuses might be in violation of the Court’s ruling.
I have gone to The Community College of Baltimore County in Maryland for a few years now. During this time I have taken many different types of classes to fulfill requirements, most of them in which I came up against leftist propaganda.
As an ongoing service to our readers who have not encountered them yet, we provide profiles of college professors whom students may want to avoid.
As the successes of homeschoolers continue to mount, so do their numbers. There are currently one to two million homeschoolers in the U.S.
Ethnic studies which have grown over the years across the country were banned by a new law that Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed on Tuesday and immediately sparked a backlash from the Latino community.
Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell assesses the current administration.
The nomination of solicitor general Elena Kagan to the U. S. Supreme Court gives us a chance to reflect, not so much on her qualifications for the bench but how her career trajectory illustrates the manner in which academia provides an outlet for activism, perhaps at the expense of scholarship.
“Isn’t This a Bit Much?” asked George Mason University professor David Bernstein on The Volokh Conspiracy blog on May 10 after hearing that President Obama had nominated Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court.
President Obama won’t be in power for 30 or 40 more years, but his hard-Left ideology could rule for decades to come.
GW Hatchet writers are “embarrassed” that their school didn’t make it into the Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges due to a miscommunication.
Faithful Catholics who send their children to Boston College (BC), and the no less devout students who matriculate there may begin to wonder what the C in the college’s acronym stands for.
A couple of decades ago, syndicated columnist and Democratic Party strategist Mark Shields told a joke that went like this: When two liberals came upon a man who had been mugged, the first liberal looked at the second and said, “We must find the person who did this. He needs help.”
Those teachers who are encouraging their students to take a more broad-minded view of radical Islamic societies may want to have a closer look at those systems themselves, particularly if they belong to teachers’ unions.
‘No arsenal, or no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is as formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.’
– Ronald Reagan