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The National Association of Scholars Calls for True Liberty and Fairness at Bowdoin…

Apr 07, 2014 NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: A year after the release of What Does Bowdoin Teach? the NAS summons liberal arts colleges to give fair treatment to people across the political and religious spectrum. 

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Scholars Endorse the Interrobang

Apr 01, 2014 NAS |

The National Association of Scholars has published a report studying an underrepresented punctuation mark.

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Conference on Bowdoin College and Global Citizenship in Brunswick, Maine

Feb 03, 2014 NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: The NAS will examine global citizenship and higher education at the conference “Global Illusions: Bowdoin’s Post-Citizens and the Future of American Higher Education” on February 6th.

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Boycotting Israel Compromises Dialogue, Scholars Say

Jan 29, 2014 NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: The National Association of Scholars writes that colleges and universities should be above politics.

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National Association of Scholars Receives Grant to Study College-Level Civics Education

Oct 07, 2013 |

PRESS RELEASE: The Daniels Fund in Denver, Colorado, has awarded the NAS a $45,000 grant to conduct a study of civics teaching in four universities.

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“Common Readings” at Colleges Uncommonly Political, Scholars Find

Aug 19, 2013 NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has released Beach Books 2012-2013, its third annual study of common reading programs at American colleges and universities.

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Class No Substitute for Race in Preferences

Jun 24, 2013 |

PRESS RELEASE: The NAS outlines three objections to class-based affirmative action and advocates for fairness and transparency in academic standards.

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Conformity, Partisanship Dominate Elite College, Say Scholars

Apr 03, 2013 |

PRESS RELEASE: The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has published a new report which documents how liberal arts education at an elite college is dominated by political partisanship.

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Making College Right

Jan 23, 2013 |

PRESS RELEASE: The National Association of Scholars (NAS) has published a new book proposing remedies to key problems in American higher education.

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Colleges Twist U.S. History

Jan 10, 2013 |

PRESS RELEASE: NAS and its Texas affiliate release a report finding that U.S. history courses at American colleges and universities downplay the nation’s economic, military, and political history and dramatically overemphasize… Continue Reading | 1 Comment >

NAS Founder Stephen H. Balch Takes New Role in Western Civilization Institute

Oct 11, 2012 |

PRESS RELEASE: NAS founder Stephen H. Balch launches a new Institute for the Study of Western Civilization at Texas Tech University.

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Politics Undermining Learning, Scholars Warn University of California

Mar 30, 2012 |

PRESS RELEASE: The California Association of Scholars has published a report showing how radical faculty members and administrators and politicized courses have compromised the quality of education in the University of California.

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NAS Commends Supreme Court for Taking Fisher Case on Racial Preferences

Feb 21, 2012 |

PRESS RELEASE: The Supreme Court agrees to hear what may become a landmark case on the diversity rationale for racial preferences in college admissions.

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Victory for Freedom of Conscience in Ward v. Polite

Jan 27, 2012 |

The NAS applauds the Sixth Circuit Court's decision to defend a counseling student's freedom of conscience.

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New Hampshire Passes Law Banning Racial Preferences

Jan 05, 2012 |

The NAS hails New Hampshire's new prohibition against racial preferences as a victory for equal opportunity in higher education.

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