Rep. Tom Tancredo, the author of a resolution promoting the teaching of Western civilization, will speak at this summer’s Conservative University.
“We have succeeded in sending a great many people to college and university,” Russell Kirk noted more than 25 years ago. “We have not succeeded in educating most of them.”
Introducing a Great Books curriculum in a state university today is a lot like staging a production of “Fiddler on the Roof” in Saudi Arabia, but Dr. Mark Winchell has succeeded in bringing the classics to Clemson University, albeit one course at a time.
Although civic education is as important today as ever, the median number of high school civics courses has declined by two-thirds over the past 30 years, one scholar reports.
With its dearth of intellectual diversity and its intolerance of dissent, CCSU often seems disturbingly similar to the CCCP, according to one heterodox professor.
“The promise of Brown will never be fulfilled,” a civil rights leader argues, “if the educational establishment, its enablers, [and] its cheerleaders resist reforms proven to elevate black educational achievement.”
Left to their own devices, the powers that be at UNC-Chapel Hill opt for the liberal answer to every question—from whom to choose for a commencement speaker to what to require for course reading.
Although at least one professor thinks that they are not too bright, conservative students at Duke University, who are plentiful, and faculty members, who are not, have found some ingenious ways to get their point across.
A philosophy scholar looks at the current state of academia and offers some suggestions for battling PC orthodoxy.
Monroe Community College has hosted drag strippers, but the New York school draws the line at sending care packages to U.S. troops: “We can’t get involved in anything that controversial.”
As college students prepare to enter a threadbare workforce, some are learning what outsiders have long suspected: Their professors were wrong.
Appearing at the Heritage Foundation’s Bloggers Briefing on August 31, 2010 was Jim Van Eerden, the executive producer of I Want Your Money.
Notre Dame philosopher tries to sell libertarians on welfare rights.
He appeared more afraid of answering constituents’ questions than he was of defensive linemen.
A government study shows that more than two-thirds of parents support abstinence education.
Two weeks ago the Los Angeles Teachers Union called for its members to boycott the Los Angeles Times over the impending publication of a study that rated the effectiveness of some 6,000 elementary school teachers.
New York—The Susan B. Anthony List held an event on the 90th anniversary of women’s right to vote entitled “A Conversation on Pro-Life Feminism,” which attracted a wide variety of feminism enthusiasts.
If you want to find out, look in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s Campus Report.
Undocumented students, whether they be physicists or fellow travelers, just got a pass.
The University of North Carolina has concocted a compromise on its abortion coverage that illustrates why such gestures can leave pro-lifers compromised.