Paul Greenberg, Any innocent reader who ever wondered what education ought to be about now has his answer direct from Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, who has assured his state that education is really just a numbers game. “I take seriously objectives that we set as a state, and it’s a challenge for us,” the
Howard Kurtz, I’ve been saying for a year and a half that the mainstream media have been underestimating Donald Trump, that too many journalists failed to grasp the deep disaffection and anxieties of millions of Americans drawn to his candidacy. I said this, and wrote this, when Trump was up and when he was down.
A rebellion is developing in Texas against a plan by a school district in San Antonio that would monitor the exact location and activities of all students at all times through RFID chips they are being ordered to wear. Katie Deolloz, a member of Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering, told WND today
U.S. colleges including New York University and Northeastern University are pushing freshmen into study-abroad programs — before the students even set foot on campus — to enroll larger classes and get more tuition dollars. NYU and Boston-based Northeastern, which both charge more than $50,000 a year to attend, make some freshmen spend the first semester
Not much is said about reverse discrimination. There was the 1978 Bakke case where the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional Medical School at the University of California at Davis to set aside 16 of 100 seats for non-white students. The non-white set asides was justified to create “diversity in the classroom.
In a promotional video for Young America’s Foundation’s new film, The Conservatives(which students can order for free here), Jonah Goldberg outlines the pillars of conservatism, while pointing out that these pillars were hated by fascists. http://youtu.be/cVgPCKbJNxo?hd=1 Talking about fascism might seem dramatic, but at YAF, students tell us this is one of the insults they
SPRINGFIELD (AP) – Springfield’s School Department will be contacting parents in the next two weeks to detail a new program allowing students ages 12 and older to have access to condoms. The Springfield Republican reports that officials will emphasize that parents and guardians have the right to opt out if they do not want their