We’ve come full circle on school discipline: Now students beat the teacher.
And they want to abolish it.
When academics look for male role models, you never know what they’re going to find.
A new study from the Pioneer Institute in Boston shows that in Massachusetts, Common Core, like the world, is with us late and soon. Unfortunately, it’s got all the world’s drawbacks and none of its benefits.
The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) have issued a report on “National Security, the Assault on Science, and Academic Freedom” that might leave readers who have studied such matters scratching their heads.
Now, nearly five months after the fact, we know a lot more about what transpired before the Charlottesville face-off between the alt-right and alt left, thanks to a public records request from The Chronicle of Higher Education that netted the publication thousands of internal emails from UVA.
If this doesn’t make a double quarter pounder with cheese look more attractive I don’t know what will.
Amid years of reports that Georgetown’s Middle East Studies program was being compromised by apologists for violent extremists, if not outright terrorists, the school has, if anything, doubled down on its approach.
If you wonder why college graduates can’t write, you might take a look at what their composition teachers cogitate over.
It appears that the Ivory Tower is not immune as observers place bets on who will be the next big shot to fall in what could be called The Pig Pool.