A leather shoelace mistaken for a noose triggered a massive microaggression at Michigan State University leading to public denunciations by university officials and at least two investigations.
In his newly published book, The Corrupt Classroom, Lance Izumi of the Pacific Research Institute illustrates how the public school classroom has become increasingly politicized, with liberal teachers indoctrinating students with an anti-Trump and leftist agenda.
Do you remember your first best friends? Schools in the U.K., and even here in the United States, are now taking aim at robbing kids of those deep friendships that teach them empathy, character and, yes, even heartbreak.
Like everyone else, educators must occasionally miss work.
What’s happening in the country right now actually offers a perfect opportunity to teach children about our past. The response to Charlottesville should not be to remove our national monuments, but to point to them and teach the history behind them. Why are we so afraid to do that?
A half century ago, I marched for civil rights at Selma. More recently, I led a historic march for parental choice. There is no doubt both movements are fueled by the same noble impulse, to expand freedom and opportunity.
Albeit well-intentioned, the Department of Education now sits atop the largest sub-prime lending bubble since the mortgage boom – except this time the predatory lender is the U.S. government.
Democratic attorneys general from 18 states and the District of Columbia sued U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Thursday over her decision to suspend rules that were meant to protect students from abuse by for-profit colleges.
Every year, almost every industry improves.
Students researched the 715 members of the Bucknell University community who served in WWI – now they’re visiting the battlefields to witness and remember incredible stories of selflessness and sacrifice firsthand.