Matthew J. Mayhew’s tale is one of grievous sin, of newfound scholarship, and, ultimately, of redemption.
The executive board school principals union unanimously voted, calling on the pair to relinquish control of the school system to
It’s time to dismantle the current model of federal funding of academic research.
Tell-tale signs of decadence reveal that it’s time for the Humanities (again).
The journalism school at the University of Arizona caves to student activists.
USC’s Marshall School of Business’ dean is on the defensive after receiving widespread backlash for his handling of the incident.
The university has since apologized for the manner in which the events were described and promoted by the school.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Great Depression was characterized by unemployment, homelessness, hunger, bankruptcies, home foreclosures, dust, drought, and inequality
Greg Patton, a professor at the university’s Marshall School of Business, was giving a lecture about the use of “filler
The CCP seeks to make American campuses less conducive to open inquiry, and more dangerous for students and professors. It
The mayor’s remarks came after the city’s largest teachers union threatened to strike if its demands regarding the reopening were
The president of the powerful United Federation of Teachers union said the union is prepared to strike if schools open
The department ordered Yale to immediately halt its use of race or national origin in its admissions process.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Slurping down slushies on warm cafeteria benches. Treading up steep stairways and laughing as our legs
Institutions that shape public policy should beware of discrimination against traditional Christians.
Refusing to be a party to Converse’s indictment of America as systemically racist, Jeff Poelvoorde dared it to do him
Reading Time: 6 minutes Before the COVID-19 pandemic reached fever pitch, I was on the edge of burnout. Teaching is
Officials in Montgomery County, Maryland, are pushing back against an executive order by Governor Larry Hogan that prevents a blanket
Reading Time: 13 minutes The US Supreme Court’s rejection of President Donald Trump’s attempt to repeal the Deferred Action for
School systems can provide what they’re currently offering for well under half of their revenues.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The moment that college student Kecheng Du saw a tweet from President Trump saying only “China!,”
A proposal from two Senate Republicans would bolster Americans’ education options during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Living in the time of COVID-19 is like being on a slow-moving train and seeing the
Reading Time: 9 minutes As a junior at East High School, an inner-city school in Rochester, NY, Eric Kounnavong, a
The largest teachers union in the state sued Governor DeSantis on Monday to overturn an emergency order requiring schools to
Brutal economic realities are about to catch up to big-time NCAA programs.
Reading Time: 2 minutes During the coronavirus pandemic, education has been one of the most disrupted sectors in our unsettled
A victory for the Little Sisters of the Poor, but the case will drag on.
Universities are required to certify by July 15 whether they will offer some in-person classes or operate on an online-only basis.
Up to 40 percent of undergraduate students will be cleared to live on campus this fall, but they will still
The litany of examples grows.
It is a loss only for bigots, militant secularists, and the teachers’ unions.
Blunderbuss rules can fuel paralysis among educational leaders.
Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal and 27 other Democratic members of Congress signed the letter.
Reading Time: 5 minutes As teachers and administrators struggle to reinvent how they teach students this September, US Secretary of
The protests may have been triggered by one death, but they are also the latest in a series of skirmishes
Reading Time: 6 minutes When US universities shut down in the middle of the semester due to the coronavirus pandemic,
The proposed expulsion would affect roughly 3,000 individuals, a small percentage of the 360,000 Chinese students currently in the U.S.
A recent New York Times op-ed suggests that today’s education reformers care more about bringing the top down than bringing
In 1996, Californians voted to end racial preferences at state universities. The Left has been fighting to restore them ever
Reading Time: 5 minutes A US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recruiter exposed the sensitive information — including visa status
Reading Time: 6 minutes OPINION Well before the coronavirus pandemic, the US system of higher education was broken. Not for
Western institutions assumed that cross-cultural exposure would loosen the Chinese regime’s grip. But the risks of such exposure are just
Too often, links to the Communist ideology supporting the Chinese regime’s pernicious actions are omitted in higher education.
The entire economic model of campuses could be undermined.
Law enforcement agencies have investigated many instances of intellectual property theft by Chinese nationals.
Those making this argument are taking advantage of a crisis to try to keep due process out of college campuses.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Thursday that Japan will close its schools until April in a bid to halt the
The University of Southern California announced that they will offer free tuition beginning next fall for students from families earning
Universities are required by law to report gifts and contracts from foreign sources worth more than $250,000 per year.