Sound statistics won’t be enough to save us from a toxic brew of partisan hatred. But they might make the difference that lets the country accept the results of the election peacefully.October 13, 2020 An Outspoken Scholar Gets Canceled, Again, but He’s Not Giving Up
What do you get when you cross scholarly criticism of anticolonialism and an angry mob of academic "cancelers"? The results aren't pretty.October 13, 2020 President Trump’s Plans for Higher Ed
The Trump administration seems most concerned with helping prospective students and their families make wise choices about college and supporting students while they are there.October 13, 2020 EVENT: All the King's Horses and Men
Join the National Association of Scholars for an online lecture and Q&A on Wednesday, October 21st at 2 pm ET.
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. Craig Frisby usefully points us to...October 16, 2020 Data-Driven Accountability is Coming to Higher Ed
Most people and institutions are held accountable, however imperfectly. We all know of a charlatan who has yet to be exposed, or a shady institution that is coasting on its reputation, but eventually,...
In exchange for generous Chinese government funding, the College Board has given China strategic access to American K-12 education. Since at least 2003, the College Board has sponsored Confucius Insti...April 18, 2020 Critical Care
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...
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The Trump administration seems most concerned with helping prospective students and their families make wise choices about college and supporting students while they are there....
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This week, we take a look at Democratic challenger Joe Biden's higher ed. proposals, which center on facilitating socioeconomic mobility via educational flexibility and federal subs...
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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.
In exchange for generous Chinese government funding, the College Board has given China strategic access to American K-12 education, concludes a new report from the National Association of Scholars.August 14, 2020 Scholars Unsurprised by Yale’s Violation of Civil Rights
The Department of Justice has accused Yale University of racial discrimination in its undergraduate admissions, defending the principle that no institution is above the law.
Join the National Association of Scholars for an online lecture and Q&A on Wednesday, October 21st at 2 pm ET.October 6, 2020 NAS’s Daniel Asia Directs UArizona’s Thirteenth Annual Composers Festival
Professor Daniel Asia, NAS board member, is serving as festival director for this four-day event featuring the music of George Gershwin, Steve Reich, and William Bolcom.