There is a cottage industry in the U.S. (located mostly in Washington, DC, but with satellite plants scattered around the country) that produces hand-wringing policy reports saying that America faces a crisis unless it finds a way to put more students into and through college.
British schoolteachers have become the latest Holocaust deniers by dropping the subject from history lessons to avoid offending Muslim students according to a newly released government backed study.
Late last month officials at Burlington Township High School in New Jersey used a hostage drill to denigrate the Christian faith and bash practicing Christians.
The old saying, “be careful what you wish for,” is especially apt when it comes to public policy, whose consequences seldom reflect intentions. Unfortunately, the U. S. Department of Education may be about to prove this adage true once again.
There’s no telling how far universities will go far with their research.
So what do the labor unions and their representatives say when presented with questions and conflicting facts?
National Association of Scholars today renewed its call that the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services abandon its use of the Council for Social Work Education
(CSWE) – an accreditor of university social work programs – as a gatekeeper for
hiring social workers in the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps.
In the University of California (U.C.) system, college applicants are tired of having their religious studies marginalized.
On Tuesday, November 14, 2006, members of the San Francisco School Board voted 4 to 2 to eliminate over the course of 2 years the San Francisco School District’s Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. We call this JROTC.
Each and every school superintendent across the land has to verify each year in writing that his/her school district is NOT violating individual rights to free religious expression in public schools (which includes prayer), or risk funding loss.