Read thoughts and initiatives from the National Association of Scholars.

December 8, 2022

Social Studies Textbooks, CRT Bans, and Reforms at Risk

David Randall

The next several months will be especially crucial in the battle for civics education reform in Virginia, South Dakota, Texas, Florida, and Minnesota.

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December 6, 2022

Yale Parts the Rankings Sea

Marina Ziemnick

Yale and its compatriots may be able to escape the consequences of abandoning merit and accountability—but the future clients of the attorneys they produce may not be so lucky.

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December 1, 2022

How Qatari Money Is Undermining Free Speech at Universities

Neetu Arnold

As long as the Medill School of Journalism continues to work with Qatar, its commitment to “fight for the freedom of the press” will remain hollow.

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November 29, 2022

Twenty-Five Guidelines for Writing Prose

David Randall

The National Association of Scholars has Prose Guidelines for internal use. Other nonprofit organizations may find them useful—as may writing instructors and would-be writers.

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November 23, 2022

Exciting Endorsements, Engaged Citizens, and New Virginia Standards

David Randall

The holiday season is upon us, but the Civics Alliance is still firing on all cylinders.

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