That’s apparently the grade an increasing number of students seem to expect when they’re too stressed out to give presentations.
Topic: The Atlantic
Justice Ginsberg Says Colleges Go Too Far
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg says that colleges go too far in disrespecting the rights of the accused.
The Atlantic: Middlebury College Violence shows Liberals have to Defend Free Speech for Conservatives, Too
If one side of the political spectrum cannot speak freely, such as conservatives on liberal college campuses, then how long will free speech truly last? That’s one of the questions that The Atlantic addresses in…
Are Charter Schools Working?
Charter schools are becoming a huge piece of the market in some of America’s most troubled cities.
Dark Money in Science
Just a few months ago, mothers in Flint, Michigan prohibited their kids from taking baths after actor Mark Ruffalo claimed the city’s water contained dangerous levels of chloroform. Virginia Tech Professor Marc Edwards, who initially…
Colleges Micromanaging Free Speech
Back in the day, when bosses and CEOs got a little too attentive to detail, we would wryly note that they were “micromanaging.” Today, students actually want university administrators to micromanage free speech, putting the…
Community College is an Expensive Freebie
It’s one thing for conservative pundits to question the Obama Administration’s latest higher education subsidy. It’s quite another for a writer in The Atlantic to start asking inconvenient questions. “President Obama wants to provide free…