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Although few women’s studies courses likely ever will.
We’re used to school boards going in one direction while parents prefer another but never in so lopsided a fashion.
The U. S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Janus public employee union fees case is breaking down into a question of self-determination or self-preservation but which side is which?
At least, that’s what researchers from North Carolina State found every time they looked at them.
And the main one is “You can have it all.”
Perhaps it is not too surprising that Democrats want to ban alternative forms of expression other than their own, particularly on college campuses. What is mystifying is the degree to which Republicans want to help them do it.
Women may make up more than half of the student population in most American colleges and universities but there is some evidence that this arrangement is not working out for them.
When college tour guides take parents with inquiring minds on escorted visits to the campus, the talking points their universities supplied them with tend to crumble.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) thinks that it should govern a university’s governing boards.
The Association of American Colleges & Universities (AACU) is touting a survey it conducted as proof that businesses feel better about higher education in the United States than the American public at large, but you don’t have to go very far inside the report they issued to discover that perhaps they should use it as a teachable moment for themselves.
A college professor claimed that ‘ecosexuality’ is a part of ‘environmental activist strategy,’ where Mother Earth and sexuality are intertwined.
The University of Kansas is facilitating a so-called ‘feminist parenting group’ to help parents raise their children in radical feminist dogma.
If a lawyer who represents himself has, as an old adage went, “a fool for a client,” what can you say about students who teach themselves?
We need to poll some college students and recent graduates on this.
Perhaps to some, when you have to chose between reading Charles Dickens or studying a driver’s manual, the choice is obvious.
Apparently, Brown University is offering conflicting advice to students on the dangers of taking illegal drugs.
Despite the assertions of opponents of charter schools, teachers in those institutions tend to actually be more diverse than their traditional public school counterparts, data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) show.
A surprising number of views held by political conservatives about higher education are shared by people who don’t share their philosophy, or at least their party label.
Don’t let the name fool you: Red4EdNC is anything but a Republican group.