Read thoughts and initiatives from the National Association of Scholars.

February 24, 2024

Roland Hoover and the Role of a Great Faculty Adviser

Joshua T. Katz

"The first disappointment I felt when I entered Yale as a freshman in August 1987 came when I learned who had been assigned as my faculty adviser. Within a minute of meeting Mr. Hoover, however, I......

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February 24, 2024

Tails from Campus: The Illegal Rat

Jane L. Johnson

"During my undergraduate years at an elite East Coast women's college from 1960-64, I sorely missed a furry companion to keep me company in my monastic single room. My father ... sug......

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February 24, 2024

My Favorite Undergraduate History Professor

John M. Brown

"By contemporary recommended educational procedures and commonly accepted best practices, Dr. Jensen did it “all wrong.” Yet he became, and remains, my all-time favorite college teache......

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February 21, 2024

Connecticut’s Social Studies Standards Fail Students, Report Finds

National Association of Scholars

The Civics Alliance has just released Disowned Yankees: How Connecticut's Social Studies Standards Shortchange Students. This report provides a detailed critique of the Connecticut Elementary and......

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February 20, 2024

“The Evil West and the Innocent Rest”

Kali Jerrard

Utah’s recent legislation aims to reverse the anti-Western sentiment in higher education.

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