Again demonstrating that there's no one as illiberal as a liberal, students at the University of Texas, San Antonio have launched a “No whites allowed” magazine.
A Marquette University professor who was stripped of his tenure, suspended without pay, and ordered to apologize for making a comment that strayed from liberal orthodoxy is headed to Wisconsin’s Supreme Court.
The Chinese government is using dishonest and underhanded tactics — including using Chinese student groups on U.S. college campuses — to influence both perception and public policy in the United States.
The so-called “student” movement dubbed “March for Our Lives” seeking to disarm the American people is not everything it seems to be.
Just 42 percent of Washington, D.C., high-school seniors in government schools are on track to graduate this year, according to data released by D.C. Public Schools. And of those, many, if not most, will be woefully unqualified to do much of anything, including read or do basic math.
A tsunami of opposition was able to derail an extreme bill in Hawaii, known as SB2323, that would have treated homeschool families as guilty until proven innocent. Among other controversies, the scheme would have required background checks and child-welfare investigations of all homeschool parents to determine whether they are suitable for raising their own children. It also would have required state approval before a family could homeschool. Unfortunately for homeschoolers, the author of the bill vowed to submit a new one in the next session.
Citing several “high-profile abuse cases,” the lawmaker behind the legislation, Democrat State Senator Kaialii Kahele, suggested parents were by nature suspicious — especially if they want to be in charge of their children's education.
After the massacre last week at the school in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead, the push is on to ensure that children will no longer be sitting ducks for murderers.
Faced with a growing backlash, UCO in Oklahoma has decided it will let Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham speak after all.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Annual Letter reveals the new plans for education from the organization behind Common Core.