As the successes of homeschoolers continue to mount, so do their numbers. There are currently one to two million homeschoolers in the U.S.
Abstinence education must be working. The educational establishment is trying to fight it.
The pro-union Graduate Employees and Students Organization’s report, titled “The (Un)Changing Face of the Ivy League,” purports to expose discrimination in the hiring mechanisms of Ivy League schools.
In North Carolina university, community college, and state budget office officials have spent part of the week lobbying state legislators for more funding for higher education, while arguing against proposed line-item budget cuts.
Harvard President Larry Summers got in hot water when he publicly stated that there were “innate” differences between all the sexes that keep some women from reaching higher levels in the sciences. But unless Summers was a blithering idiot, he wouldn’t have made such a statement guaranteed to rile rabid college women’s studies holdovers lest he have some info to back it up.
Campus observations and inanities from around the country. . .
Calls for more intensive early childhood education programs often accompany studies revealing that American students lag behind their international peers.
The sad truth about a society that becomes increasingly politicized by the day is that the principal victim is integrity. Thoughtfulness and honesty count for less and less and appearances count for more and more.
The experience of Larry Summers at Harvard University shows the penalties paid by academics who are factually accurate but politically incorrect, even when they are liberal Democrats. Imagine what would happen if they were libertarians.
The higher education establishment now shares the mores of popular culture—as seen in Desperate Housewives and Sex in the City and reality shows like Who Wants to Marry My Dad? —and has turned them from bawdy entertainment to theory, according to a new report from the Independent Women’s Forum.
The latest issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education includes a special supplement on “Diversity in Academe” that is only missing one thing.
“What happened to, ‘if you like your plan, you can keep it’?” Alyssa Farah, YAL Director of Communications asked.
Author’s Night: The War On Football
The Columbia Journalism School has discovered something newspaper readers and television viewers have long been seeking—facts.
Files Suit Against Community College District, Administrators for Violating His Free Speech
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Academics tend to circle the wagons when you suggest that Pell grant increases lead to tuition hikes.
A group of Phi Psi frat boys recently sent out a fall rush pledge flyer covered with half naked women, which sent the feministas into orbit.
Academia may be the hardest place to be “people of faith.”
The 212-page book could have included scandals from at least the first term of President Barack Obama, but they were conspicuously missing.