North Dakota, a state not often in the national headlines, is making waves due to state lawmakers advancing a bill couched as reforming tenure in colleges and universities. Bill sponsor Rep. Mike Lefor called the…
Topic: North Dakota
North Dakota bill proposes tenure reform process like Florida
Editor’s Note: The original article inaccurately described the whistleblowing concerns surrounding House Bill 1446. We have updated the article to present more information about these specific concerns and included a quote from Eric Grabowsky. Florida…
North Dakota superintendent blasts “woke” indoctrination in schools
The reply-all email is a bane of the existence of any office worker or working professional, and it apparently happened to a public school superintendent in North Dakota. Starkweather Public School District Superintendent Larry Volk…
North Dakota the latest state to ban Critical Race Theory
Add North Dakota to the rapidly growing list of states banning Critical Race Theory teachings in public schools. Republican Gov. Doug Burgum signed the bill into law on November 12, which bill passed in the…
Grad Student Upset at University of North Dakota’s Consolidation of Multicultural Centers
Closing on-campus multicultural centers apparently hurts all of the students at the University of North Dakota, according to one graduate student at the university.
Professor Threatens to Call the Cops on ROTC Drills
The professor, Heidi Czerwiec, said she’ll call the police every time she sees a gun on the college campus. Photo by Indiana Public Media
Common Core Computer Crack-Up
What do Common Core and Obamacare have in common, other than the enthusiasm they engender in the White House and widespread disappointment they generate outside of it? Both programs have fatal computer glitches. “New Hampshire-based…
Pro-Life Club Allowed at North Dakota High School, After Protest
Update on the North Dakota high school pro-life club controversy: The club has been approved!
North Dakota High Schools Finally Approve Pro-Life Groups
As the College Fix reported: “Two high schools in Fargo, North Dakota, have officially approved student-run pro-life clubs after months of roadblocks that seemed to be related to worries about religion in school.”
North Dakota Students Now Have the Right to an Attorney
Wait, so college campuses don’t allow students to have an attorney and other rights to due process? Apparently it was not, at least in North Dakota’s university system, until recently.