Missouri’s education department announced it plans on proposing a salary increase for teachers through the state by using the state’s surplus to fund the proposal. Fox 2 News in Missouri reported the Department of Elementary…
Missouri taxpayers could be funding Critical Race Theory program
A lawsuit filed by Missouri’s attorney general uncovered a pro-Critical Race Theory program at the taxpayer-funded Missouri State University. The public university, located in Springfield, has a series of diversity and inclusion programs, one of…
Missouri attorney general sues school district over Critical Race Theory
The parent revolution against Critical Race Theory has reached Springfield, Missouri and is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to restore sanity in America’s education system. Fox News reported that Missouri Attorney General Eric…
Judge: Mizzou’s Gun Ban is Okay, but could be Unconstitutional
The University of Missouri won a court case where it can enforce its ban on guns on its campus, which the judge ruled did not violate a state statute. But, the constitutionality of the ban could be resolved in a different lawsuit, if one is filed.
Brandeis University Canceled Counter-Narrative Black Lives Matter Play
A play that counters some Black Lives Matter narratives has been canceled at Brandeis University after outcry and criticism by students and alumni.
Eight Mizzou Campus Police Officers Called to De-Escalate Dispute Between Black Fraternity, Group of Women
A group of drunk female students and some members of the black fraternity got into a shouting match, which meant campus police had to de-escalate the dispute.
Exhibits You Won’t Find in the New National Museum of African American History and Culture, Part 2
In Part 1 of this two-part report, I pointed out that “Many exhibits in the new $500 million National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. will be worthwhile. They will highlight…
Where’s the playground, Susie?
A playground in Missouri is becoming a political minefield. “Only one religious freedom case is currently before the Supreme Court this upcoming term: Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Pauley,” the Alliance for Defending Freedom…
Activists Accuse Mizzou of Racism for a Potential Ban on Megaphones
From the College Fix: Use of any voice amplifier, such as a megaphone, that “prevents or disrupts academic activities or operations” would also be prohibited. Attendees of the forum seized on that specific proposal, suggesting…
Gonzaga Hires Ex-Mizzou Professor Melissa Click
Uh, why? Granted, this is a nation of second chances, but the public relations outcry and blowback related to Melissa Click is not easy to deal with for universities (at times):