UPDATED 1/15/21: A repository of 43 American professors, higher ed administrators, students, and government researchers who have been investigated or charged for illegal ties to China.January 15, 2021 An Antidote for Higher Ed's Disease
NAS Board Chair Keith Whitaker's closing remarks from our January 13 report launch, "Freedom to Learn: A Blueprint for Higher Education Reform."January 14, 2021 Video: Freedom to Learn
American higher education is in dire need of reform. But where should we start, and what specific changes are needed? Read the policy recommendations and watch our launch event to find out.January 13, 2021 Scholars Encourage Reforms to the Higher Education Act
How do we encourage reform of America’s costly, politicized, and dysfunctional system of higher education? NAS's policy recommendations in Freedom to Learn detail a way forward.
Editor’s Note: This article is part of an ongoing symposium on white fragility and its related concepts. To view all of the essays in this series, click here. In Part I of this series, the intr...January 12, 2021 A “Reverse Canceling” and its Critics
In what may be a rare (and possibly unique) example of “reverse canceling” — firing someone because he is woke, not because he is not — Garrett Felber, an assistant professor of history at the Univers...
Freedom to Learn provides a guideline of 40 detailed suggestions for legislative reforms. These initiatives, if enacted by Congress, would encourage reform of America's costly, politicized, a...December 31, 2020 Rebalancing the Narrative
Rebalancing the Narrative: Higher Education, Border Security, and Immigration discusses the various dimensions of immigration policy and suggests topics for debate. This report gives students and...November 15, 2020 Disfigured History
Disfigured History: How the College Board Demolishes the Past details the careless, politicized history in the College Board's revisions of the Advanced Placement (AP) European, United States, and...October 28, 2020 Dear Colleague
Dear Colleague explains how sexual assault came to be a form of sex discrimination and surveys the regulatory path that Title IX administrators took to make this word-play a reality. This report also...
January 12, 2021
Why is there one right answer on immigration in higher ed? In NAS's new report, "Rebalancing the Narrative," George R. La Noue answers this question and proposes a way to restore...
January 5, 2021
As we enter a new year, we're taking some time to reflect on all that we accomplished in the rollercoaster known as 2020....
December 29, 2020
A radical, racialist manifesto has left countless faculty and parents incensed at the Dalton School....
NAS commends the Education and State Depts. for issuing two joint letters urging American education leaders to investigate possible Chinese government influence in their schools.October 5, 2020 Trump Orders No Federal Funding for CRT and Stereotyping
Last month, the president took two key actions affecting higher ed: a memorandum tackling Critical Race Theory and Executive Order 13950.
How do we encourage reform of America’s costly, politicized, and dysfunctional system of higher education? NAS's policy recommendations in Freedom to Learn detail a way forward.January 11, 2021 Scholars File Amicus Brief in Support of ED Amid Title IX Challenge
NAS has filed an amicus brief in the Washington, D.C. District Court in support of the Department of Education and its new Title IX regulations put into effect on August 14, 2020.
How do we reform America's costly, politicized, and dysfunctional system of higher education? Join the National Association of Scholars this Wednesday, January 13th at 3 pm ET to find out.December 29, 2020 EVENT: American Dreams
Join us for the launch event of Rebalancing the Narrative, on January 7th at 2 pm ET.