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A report on the politicization of the liberal arts education offered by Bowdoin College, ranked sixth best by U.S. News & World Report.Continue Reading | 52 Comments >
The AAUP scores higher on politicization than academic freedom at its recent conference.Continue Reading | 2 Comments >
Dr. Terzuolo responds to the AAC&U's new global learning rubric.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
Peter Wood will debate issues concerning higher ed at AAUP's Annual Conference in Washington, D.C., this Friday.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
OCR continues to get its lumps from all quarters.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
George Leef concludes his critque of Why Are Professors Liberal and Why Do Conservatives Care?Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
The current mania over fossil fuel divestment tends to be heavy on emotion and light on logic.Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >
No surprise: public support for affirmative action policies has dropped sharply. But it may be for different reasons than some academics think.
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