A virtuous republic worth fighting and dying for is also worth thinking and reading for.July 2, 2020 NAS Commends the Department of Education for New Foreign Gift Disclosure Guidance
The Department of Education has taken important steps within the bounds of existing federal law, and we applaud the Department of Education for these important updates to foreign gift disclosures.July 1, 2020 Leah Thomas Joins The NAS Team
Join us in welcoming our Summer 2020 communications intern.June 30, 2020 Senate Takes Aim at Confucius Institutes
The Senate has passed the CONFUCIUS Act, a bipartisan bill designed to protect academic freedom and curb the Chinese Communist Party's influence within American Confucius Institutes.
The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted enormous financial damage on colleges and universities and the cost is still growing. American higher education will undergo an unprecedented financial crisis in...January 11, 2020 The Lost History of Western Civilization
The Lost History of Western Civilization is a wide-ranging consideration of the academy’s role in producing America’s contemporary political and cultural divisions. The report traces the w...November 29, 2019 Social Justice Education in America
Social Justice Education in America is a comprehensive examination of the inner workings of social justice advocates at more than 60 universities and how they have insinuated themselves into...September 19, 2019 Beach Books 2018-2019
Hundreds of American colleges and universities assign a summer reading to entering freshmen—usually one book, which is often un-academic and politically progressive. This year, Beach Books finds...
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The Senate has passed the CONFUCIUS Act, a bipartisan bill designed to protect academic freedom and curb the Chinese Communist Party's influence within American Confucius Institutes....
June 23, 2020
Will you help the NAS compile a complete archive of higher education "cancelees"?...
June 16, 2020
If college presidents won’t right the ship, we hope that those to whom they are accountable will. ...
The Department of Education has taken important steps within the bounds of existing federal law, and we applaud the Department of Education for these important updates to foreign gift disclosures.June 26, 2020 NAS Commends CONFUCIUS Act, Proposes Amendments
The U.S. Senate has passed the CONFUCIUS Act, a bipartisan bill designed to curb Chinese government influence on the operation of American Confucius Instutes.
The grant, part of the $40.3 million allocated to the NEH as part of the CARES Act, will enable NAS to survey four of the most popular history books used to teach America’s children and create a...June 4, 2020 The Tyranny of Pronouns
Can university officials force their professors to call students by their preferred titles and pronouns?
Join the National Association of Scholars on June 25th at 2 pm Eastern to discuss the lessons we can learn from progressive philanthropy.June 16, 2020 When Prophecy Flails: The Problem of Over-Confident Experts in Uncertain Times
Join the NAS this Thursday, June 18, at 2 pm Eastern as we discuss how a self-governing republic can best use the expertise of specialists without becoming captive to their often blinkered views of pu...