The California Department of Education is working on a plan to teach kindergartners that there are at least 15 different “genders.”
The educational quackery that passes for reading instruction in America's public schools today just suffered another major blow. In a stinging rebuke of the methodology that has handicapped countless millions of Americans for generations, Emily Hanford at NPR hit a home run for the cause of literacy. The question is whether it will make any difference.
Tulane University has reached an agreement with the federal government to stop discriminating against men by offering female-only scholarships and financial aid. The announcement marks a rare victory for men in this increasingly hostile post-#MeToo climate.
Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri — the second-oldest women-only college in the country — has announced that it will begin accepting admissions applications from transgender students in the fall of 2019.
Trustees of Pierce College, a community college serving Los Angeles, agreed last Friday to open its campus to freedom of speech, reversing its previous commands that such “free speech” would only be allowed in a tiny part of the school’s enormous campus.
Would it make sense to let McDonald’s franchises decide whether Burger King can do business in their areas? This is essentially the situation created, say critics, by a November New York State Department of Education guidance empowering local government schools to assess the curricula of private schools in their districts and then determine whether they’re fit to operate.
In what was seen by many observers as a throwback to evil ideas from Germany's National Socialist (Nazi) days, German authorities helped publish a pamphlet advocating the re-education of children whose parents disagree with the regime's official (and totally insane) ideology.
California Democrats want to make the first two years of community college tuition-free for all students in the Golden State, and there’s nothing Republicans can do to stop them.
A school district in southern England will begin teaching grade-schoolers that “all genders” can have menstrual periods.
Students and faculty at American University call for "minority only" spaces, but aren't such spaces antithetical to the university's goals of inclusion and diversity?