Linchpins of Liberty participating in class-action lawsuit against tax collector
Critics worry national ed standards weighted against fiction
Where did some of America’s most notorious murderers and murder suspects go to college?
‘A lot of people say that they respect everyone, except the people they disagree with’
Universities’ efforts to appease the uptight are doing real damage.
‘She doesn’t like you if you’re not a virgin’
‘All Walt did was respond to a student’s intellectual curiosity’
Robert Zoellick served in the Bush administration
‘I can take a job with an affirmative action employer without coworkers suspecting my race got me in’
‘Not everyone has to go to a four-year liberal arts college’
Welcome to the new digital bookcase, where traditional ink-and-paper textbooks have given way to iPads and book bags are getting lighter.
Unions have time to negotiate new contracts that will require their members to keep paying dues
‘Trim fingernails before viewing,’ advises accompanying email
Our colleges and universities are in serious need of reform.
For decades, presidents have called for more spending on education. Spending has skyrocketed, but our schools haven’t improved.
In a class of 7-year-olds raised on video games, avatars and remote-controlled toys, they don’t see a robot. They just see Devon.
Over-controlling parents may have adverse effects on child performance
State superintendent hails ‘progress’
‘I would wonder why on earth they would put that kind of wording’