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.
The University of North Carolina system is hunting for a new president. Molly C. Broad, the current president, has announced her resignation.
Global warming alarmists in academia who seek to extend their influence beyond the controlled environs of their own classrooms are getting help from admiring moviemakers
While most students hear one view from the Middle Eastern Studies department on their college campuses, another is emerging albeit without the attention that most Middle Eastern Studies departments get.
In the next couple weeks many students will attend their graduations with proud parents and family members. They are likely to hear a liberal speaker.
A veteran academic professional recently took the stage at a libertarian think tank to critique the profligacy of his former area of employment.
In the latest issue of AIA’s Campus Report, find out why some of the worst sources on what is in the Constitution tend to teach it in law school.
A veteran journalist actually teaches budding reporters at American University.
If our students are burdened with oppressive loans, why do so many university rec centers look like five-star spas?—Victor Davis Hansen
Student cell phones and cars are indistinguishable from those of the faculty.—Victor Davis Hansen
Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown Law student who challenged the Catholic university’s right to refuse to provide contraceptives in its insurance coverage, is still attempting to get the Jesuit school to change its policy.
There is a war on women but it is not being perpetrated by the Catholic Church. Rather, the religious aggression comes from an aspect of radical Islam that textbooks treat with respect, if they address it at all.
Both presidential candidates have endorsed making more money available for college loans. They may want to contemplate whether they are solving a crisis or contributing to one.
A free market economist, and an academic no less, shows how the best lessons on how economics works frequently are learned outside the academy, and references two economists not given enough class time in most academies.
In what may be a sad commentary on the state of public education, research shows real-live instructors in a dead heat with computers for the hearts and minds of students.