Scholars Challenge APUSH
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Peter Wood's article, "The Meaning of Sex," is on the cover of the Weekly Standard.
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A group of prominent scholars has organized to challenge revisions to the Advanced Placement U.S. History course.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
Carol Iannone illuminates the strengths and weaknesses of the Common Core State Standards and analyzes how accurately the CCSS represent the “American experience."Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
Higher education should train students to think for themselves, not resort to a pre-set path set by those who seek to manipulate behavior.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
A group of historians write that the new AP U.S. History framework neglects the civic purpose of history education.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
Today's college admission process tells students that race matters more than hard work.Continue Reading | 3 Comments >
John Rosenberg argues against the potential effectiveness of Brown University's diversity initiative.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
A new study shows that in half of Harvard's colleges, all faculty political donations are to Democrats, and none are to Republicans.Continue Reading | 6 Comments >