What many of us have long noticed anecdotally is now shown empirically.
Of guest speakers, that is, not of themselves or their curriculum or their surroundings.
With the killing of Jamal Kashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post, in Saudi Arabia, media outlets started churning out stories on President Trump’s past business deals with the Saudis, but have yet to examine the Arab nation’s very current economic exchanges with American colleges and universities.
But lots of invective.
That’s right, and they actually made an effort to count as many entries and exits as they could. “Our conservative estimate is 16.7 million for 2016, nearly fifty percent higher than the most prominent current…
And against the same ethnic group, no less.
Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh graduated from Yale University in 1990, but, his nomination by President Donald Trump has led to widespread liberal outcry in the media, on college campuses, on social media platforms such as Twitter, and protests.
A Yale professor who supports raising teacher salaries nevertheless admits that there is little evidence showing that such salary increases affect educational outcomes.
Aaron Barlow of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) argues that social media has been the undoing of pedagogues in America.
In open letters, that is.