Boutique academics at a recent conference on “neoliberalism” take on globalization and free markets.
A Rhode Island student recently related his experience in a social work program and garnered national attention. Sandra Fuiten faced similar problems while studying in the Midwest.
Montgomery County residents have sued to block implementation of a homosexual sex-ed curriculum scheduled to begin on May 5, 2005, in six pilot schools in grades 8-10.
Students at the nation’s top college and universities are overwhelmingly America’s wealthiest while low-income students face significant barriers in gaining admission, according to a new book.
School districts may not charge discriminatory fees to Christian groups for using school facilities just because they have a religious affiliation. Equal access under the First Amendment means equal treatment across the board.
Paul Krugman is a columnist who never passes up an opportunity to throw jabs at those Americans whom he dislikes, a set that comprises anyone who doesn’t accept his big-government philosophy.
The City of Boston will soon announce a settlement with the family of Victoria Snelgrove, the Emerson College student who was killed by a pepper pellet shot following the ALCS.
Once again, Accuracy in Academia covers a case of academic freedom denied that the AAUP ignores.
If school boards across the country find themselves at war with parents, they might be under siege because of the bullseye that they have metaphorically painted on their backs.
Bucknell Women’s Resource Center director Molly Dragiewicz was offered the chance to co-sponsor a speech by American Enterprise Institute scholar Christina Hoff Sommers. Dragiewicz responded by smearing Sommers as “opposed to gender equity” and lacking in “intellectual integrity.”
Liberals seem not to know that it was government regulations that pressured the banks to make the risky sub-prime loans that led to the depression our nation finds itself in.
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What Milton Friedman said half a century ago is now obvious.
There is an old Pennsylvania Dutch proverb that goes, “We grow too soon old and too late smart.” Some colleges still have a youthful outlook.
Well, somebody got a job with a women’s studies degree.
In yet another attempt to avoid being judged by tangible standards like everyone else, some colleges are fighting legislation designed to hold them accountable for their efforts.
“Even Obama refuses to endorse it and back up the California federal court, and now appears suddenly hesitant to impose the values of Fire Island on Parris Island.”—columnist Pat Buchanan on same-sex marriage.
The nation’s largest teachers’ union—the National Education Association—has gone on record with reservations about the Obama Administration’s education reforms.
College graduates who inhaled the exotic curricula their alma maters offer up are learning a hard lesson: Nobody really cares about them off campus.