A growing number of students are responding to the increasingly secular, even pagan, nature of most colleges and universities by a taking a walk, to a more religious institution of higher learning.
Community colleges can be every bit as biased to the left as their Ivy League and state university counterparts.
The Thought Police have made an arrest at Le Moyne College. According to this article, Syracuse college student Scott McConnell, has been expelled from Le Moyne College over an essay he received an A- on. All because he touted a very untrendy view: corporal punishment in schools.
Americans were understandably upset to learn that University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill compared the victims who died in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center to “Little Eichmans,” likening them to the infamous Nazi war criminal. These same Americans should know that there are a platoon of “Little Churchills” in colleges and universities throughout the United States.
For more than 30 years, Title IX of the Education Amendments has been heralded as the reason for the increase in the number of women’s athletic programs across the country and providing opportunities for women like Mia Hamm to compete on the college level.
Two veteran professors from both coasts gave Campus Report radio listeners an idea of the chill on free speech of politically correct norms in academia particularly on issues relating in any way to race.
Given the Court’s failure to clarify the constitutionality of racial preferences, the issue continues to roil nationwide.
Liberals truly believe everyone who has any intelligence at all must think exactly as they do…or they need see a shrink.
As Dr. Cheri Yecke shows in her study, “Kids, Schools, and Politics: Protecting the Integrity of Taxpayer Resources,” teacher-union politicking does not begin when the school day ends.
Campus Report’s “Squeaky Chalk” columnist reviews the Summers’ controversy and the war for fun.
The federal government tries to replace questionable education policies with a question mark.
Education activists, including the community organizer in the White House, look at the ruin that public education has become and want to expand it.
“Some will rejoice in today’s decision, and some will despair at it; that is the nature of a controversy that matters so much to so many. But the Court has cheated both sides, robbing the winners of an honest victory, and the losers of the peace that comes from a fair defeat. We owed both of them better.”
Whereas people complain about Big Oil or Big Business you don’t hear much about “Big College,” yet college tuition rates continue to rise at an exorbitant rate.
We recap Egyptian human rights activist Cynthia Farahat’s appearance at Accuracy in Academia’s May 2013 author’s night in the latest issue of AIA’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
A little bible college in Los Angeles may revive the, at best, moribund and musty discipline of philosophy and academic philosophers don’t like it one bit.
Newt Gingrich has described Europe as in a state of “elegant decay.” What happens when they lose the elegance?
Perhaps it takes someone educated in the Civil Rights era to see the startling similarities between yesterday’s segregationists and today’s diversity officers, although the fact that both claim to advance “the common good” should raise suspicions.
The Colorado Board of Regents wants to take a poll to find out whether ideology governs hiring practices in the university system and the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is clearly not happy about it.
Does the Supreme Court ruling=more student aid?