The latest round of insanity on a tax-funded college campus in America reportedly began in late May, when Biology Professor Bret Weinstein objected to a “Day of Absence” scheme that was supposed to prohibit white students and faculty from attending the college.
University of Chicago students have outlined
A Marxist black student group at the University of California, Santa Cruz that took over an administration building earlier this month is celebrating having its initial demands met but is threatening more “reclamations” unless the university meets additional demands.
“Build that wall” does not refer to cordoning off the Truth from hungry eyes. This should be noted by some North Carolina educators, who seized every copy of a high-school yearbook because it contained President Trump’s quoted slogan.
Somehow Professor Dorman neglected to mention that he failed once again to be promoted to full professor after 10 years on KU's faculty as an associate professor. Just a coincidence?
A bill prohibiting state agencies from forcing schools to adopt Common Core passed a state House committee.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on April 26 that is ostensibly aimed at curtailing unlawful federal meddling in K-12 education across America. But it may not actually accomplish that much, depending on how top education officials implement it.
Opponents of an academic freedom bill in Oklahoma do not want students to hear scientific evidence that casts any doubt on their theories.
Perhaps we can say that those who love the mistakes of the past will condemn others to repeat them. A case in point is a new book published by MIT Press that’s actually titled Communism for Kids — I kid you not.