Arizona, also known as the Grand Canyon State, is no stranger to controversy when it comes to its taxpayer-funded colleges and universities. This time, there are claims that the University of Arizona (UA), Arizona State…
NAS Goes To Court Against Discrimination At Harvard
The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has filed an amicus or friend of the court brief on behalf of the Asian-Americans alleging discrimination at Harvard.
Oregon Needs Cascade of Academic Freedom
At least, that’s what one academic insider there says.
A Man In Full
Perhaps there was a time when great writers were welcomed in academia and appreciated the time they spent there. This isn’t that time.
Peeking Through The Ivory Curtain
Really, the Left dominates academia in America to a degree that they never could in the former Soviet Union.
Confucius Institute Loses Base At Texas A & M
Texas A & M has backed away from its relationship with the Confucius Institute when the chancellor responded to concerns from a pair of state legislators–one Democrat and one Republican–that the Institutes more likely follow the model of academic freedom in China, from whence they came, than America.
Amy Wax or Melissa Harris-Perry, Sublime or …
Boy that’s a tough call;>)
Academic Freedom Reaffirmed Under Governor Walker
The Wisconsin Board of Regents under Republican Governor Scott Walker have actually reaffirmed their commitment to academic freedom in the state university system.
Group: AP European History Exams Ignore Christopher Columbus, Magellan and Important Subjects in History
Advanced Placement exams for European history are full of “progressive propaganda,” claimed a higher education group. The reason for those claims? Excluding Christopher Columbus from the course material.
Scholar: Time to Fix American Education and Teach American Exceptionalism
Peter Wood of the National Association of Scholars (NAS) was interviewed by the Daily Caller and had a lot to say on the lack of balanced teaching and instruction in the higher education/college system in…