Because complimenting students the wrong way can perpetuate gender bias, they say.
At least that’s how a black student, speaking at a College Republican gathering at Stanford, characterized Black Lives Matter.
Economist Walter Williams has called education schools the ghettos of universities and, like some neighborhoods that might be described that way, they resist improvement even when their deterioration is obvious to everyone outside their borders.
It’s academic subscribers may insist that the Grey Lady is neutral but at least one editor at the New York Times knows better and said as much to students at Stanford.
If they succeed, they could embolden others.
Progressive pedagogues do have high standards…when you attack them. When they’re on offense it’s a different playbook.
At least one of the scientists sounding the global warming alarm may have found his way out of meticulous peer review: litigation.
A professor implied that saying homework was easy could be construed as racist, then retracted the statement without an explanation.
Protesting students crashed the admitted student weekend festivities at Stanford University.
We have an old Pennsylvania Dutch saying that goes: “Ve grow too soon alt und too late schmart.” Perhaps many college officers feel this way. “Over the years, I have watched a growing intolerance at…