More than 40 years after Harvard University severed its relationship with the U.S. military’s Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC), the elite school announced on March 4 that the program would return to campus later this year. In 1969, at the height of the Vietnam conflict, Harvard officials voted to withhold academic credit from students enrolled in ROTC, and the program left campus a few years later.
Census statistics released earlier this month show that 42 percent of the Texas population is white, non-Hispanic, down from 50 percent ten years ago. As white males are now the minority in the state of Texas, the newly founded “Former Majority Association for Equality” is granting scholarships to white males.
The State of Wisconsin is a microcosm of everything that's wrong in public education, including education policy at the federal and state levels, as well as with the unionization of public employees. In the midst of the protests by unionized teachers.
While it may not be readily apparent to many observers, Joel Northrup was a champion in this year’s Iowa High School wrestling tournament. On February 17 the 15-year-old homeschooled sophomore from Marion, Iowa, lost his match to a Cedar Falls freshman by default, but in his defeat he made a bold statement about honor and chivalry that was heard loud and clear by millions.