Education reform has always been dubious, because the goals of reformers were not to produce thinkers, Since the 1990s it’s worse.
The U.S. Agency for International Development will grant $1.5 million to American universities for gender and climate studies in Pakistan.
The most often quoted ranking systems for U.S. Presidents suffer from obvious, even obnoxiously brazen, bias.
The once-great Harvard University debased its curriculum, thus setting up its fall from grace. A former dean tells only half the story.
The foremost teachers’ union decided in 1973 to start training an unaware and compliant citizenry, not self-sufficient adults.
Nassau University Medical Center is nearly bankrupt but still paid $8.9 million, much of that in pensions, to four retired doctors.
Today’s Democratic Party is the party of, by, and for the elites at the expense of those they once pretended to champion.
Higher education badly needs reform. Now the opportunity presents itself to restore the elements of liberal education.
The American Educational Revolution begins by recognizing the harms professional educators have wrought and how wrong their theories are.
Chicago public schools have lost $23 million worth of computers, including devices lent out and not return, and outright theft.