And predictably put the blame somewhere else.
The Wisconsin Board of Regents under Republican Governor Scott Walker have actually reaffirmed their commitment to academic freedom in the state university system.
Wait until you see what has the AAUP the most incensed
Teacher’s unions are hell bent on keeping the agency fees they collect from government workers whether they want to join the unions or not.
A Princeton physicist has shared an inconvenient truth of his own–climate change models are based on an alternate reality.
On his birthday, and, for that matter, most days, it is useful to remind ourselves what Ronald Reagan accomplished as president.
If you are following the story of the Marine-hating teacher who shared his angst with his students, you might know that: (a.) He’s, to put it mildly, unrepentant; and (b.) There may be many more…
The good news is that here are still courses at Columbia that allow for genuine academic inquiry. The bad news is that it is too easy to find the other type.
Universities that cry poor while entertaining themselves lavishly are finding it harder to keep up their public service facade, even in publications that would normally be sympathetic to them.
Perhaps they should have talked to some people who work with them.
Ah the tribulations of being a progressive activist.
But one privilege they missed was an open invitation to this meeting.
A student group at Brown University is pushing the university administration to invite non-liberal speakers to its campus, due to the overwhelming number of liberal speakers that the campus hosts.
It looks like the only parts of universities that work are the independent ones, like the one that did this poll.
Of a piece with most of the research done so far, a team of researchers looked at a large chain of charter schools–the National Heritage Academy–and found even more test score gains among the students who attend them.
University of Pittsburgh’s Women’s Studies Center published a “gender inclusive guidelines” guide to help students and professors to avoid using the wrong gender in classroom settings.
We’ve heard for years that they don’t but parents of special needs children are learning differently.
A college course requires its students to attend the annual “White Privilege Conference” in order to get credit for the course, because the course’s materials build up to the conference and its workshops.
After spending a decade cheerleading for President Obama, who considered it his favorite think tank, the Center for American Progress (CAP) has finally noticed the educational achievements of his administration, or lack thereof.
And not just at the undergraduate level.