University of California Report in the News

Apr 02, 2012 | 

Ashley Thorne

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University of California Report in the News

Apr 02, 2012 | 

Ashley Thorne



Here's the latest coverage of our new report by the California Association of Scholars, A Crisis of Competence: The Corrupting Effect of Political Activism in the University of California:

News 

HOW CALIFORNIA'S COLLEGES INDOCTRINATE STUDENTS

March 30, 2012 By Peter Berkowitz - The Wall Street Journal
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THE CLOSING OF THE LIBERAL LEFT'S MIND

April 2, 2012 By Jennifer Rubin - The Washington Post
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STUDY: UC LEFTISM NOT RIGHT

April 2, 2012 By Mary Papenfuss - Newser
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Radically Bad California State Schools; Academics There Yawn

April 2, 2012 By Abby W. Schacter - New York Post
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UNIVERSITY ECHO CHAMBER DROWNS OUT DIVERSE VOICES

April 1, 2012 By Debra J. Saunders - San Francisco Chronicle
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LEFTISM AT UC LEAVES MANY WITH UNBALANCED EDUCATION, STUDY SAYS

April 1, 2012 By Larry Gordon - Los Angeles Times
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POLITICAL ACTIVISM IN UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS

March 30, 2012 By Lorraine Yapps Cohen - San Diego Conservative Examiner
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Blogs

The Radicalization of the University of California

April 1, 2012 By Charlotte Allen - Minding the Campus
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Higher Education Bubble Update: What's Wrong in California?

April 2, 2012 By Glenn Reynolds - Instapundit
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Important Report on the Sinkhole That Is Higher Education

March 31, 2012 By Bruce Kesler - Maggie's Farm
Read More >>

Radio

California Association of Scholars president John Ellis was on KGO San Francisco (from minute 6:36 to 10:45) and the Patt Morrison Show at KPCC/NPR today and will be on the Dennis Prager show tomorrow. He and NAS chairman Steve Balch will be on Milt Rosenbeg's Extension 720 program this evening. 

UPDATE: NAS president Peter Wood was interviewed on Annenberg TV News, a program of the University of Southern California School for Communication and Journalism. The 2-minute TV segment is "Study: UC Schools Providing 'Too-Liberal' Curriculum."

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