Despite its power, the National Education Association’s membership may ultimately be its undoing as rank and file teachers find little in common with their representatives.
Two scholars find that the solution to the problems in education lies not in more government involvement but in greater parental control.
Colleges and universities shut down bake sales designed to illustrate the race-based admissions policies at those schools but are frequently at a loss to show what laws are at stake.
Many college students and even more university administrators do not realize that the former not only have the consitutional right to worship but can do so on campus.
A former high school principal shows us a side of the National Education Association that the nation’s largest teachers’ union does not normally publicize.
When a journalist and scholar specializing in education experiences New York’s public schools as a parent, he finds the experience even more alarming than the statistics.
Meredith College, for many, has beaten the man-hater stereotype attached to many all-female institutions.
While the educational establishment promotes a study of Islam that downplays the acts of the more extreme practitioners of the creed, the author of a new book shows the danger of such an approach.
At The College Of New Jersey, two professors turned a forum on Iraq into an anti-war rally aimed at U. S. and Israeli policies, and history, a senior History major at the school reports.
Although public officials and school administrators frequently plead for more government funding in order to bolster test scores, at least one academic remains skeptical.
In defending Obamacare, an academic may be missing the obvious, like giving the law credit for what was already in place.
The want ads of the last Chronicle of Higher Education in August feature 15 pages of faculty jobs, 9 pages of administrative positions and another 3 of “executive positions.” Aren’t we getting a bit bureaucratic?
The Department of Education thinks it has found out what is wrong with American higher education—not enough extracurricular activities, specifically, not enough political ones.
When a private corporation gives out inaccurate information, its’ business generally suffers one way or the other. When a university does it, the school may drop a place in the U. S. News rankings.
Apparently, at Carleton College, it was global warming before it wasn’t.
The fiftieth anniversary of the seminal book Silent Spring was bound to inspire at least one tribute from academia.
Here’s how you get read out of academia for unorthodoxy.
The expansion of government health care regulations, most recently under Obamacare, has led to a growth in careers in health care administration. Nevertheless, patients might be asking, “Is there a doctor in the house?” and getting an echo in response.
Ninety Georgetown faculty members and administrators have gone public with a letter attacking Republican vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s budget proposal but the bill of particulars in the missive does not match up to the content of his plan.