Video: Accuracy in Academia

From Inside Academia:

Malcolm Kline joins Andy Nash for a conversation on his work as a watchdog for higher education and its attendant popular media at Accuracy in Academia. 

Key Take-Aways

  • 1:30 – Accuracy in Academia & Accuracy in Media: changing schools is not as easy as changing the channel. (40 sec)
  • 2:10 – The Modern Language Association: Left and Far Left. (2 mins)
  • 4:45 – Conservatives in Academia?  Cancel the conference. (1min, 20 sec)
  • 9:30 – Decades ago you had to draw out a professor’s politics, today you can’t leave the class without knowing. (2 mins)
  • 12:30 – Getting hired just for attending the MLA conference, and talking about witchcraft in Peru. (1 min: 30 sec)
  • 14:05 – Will conservative profs be the first ones to go in the elimination of tenure? (1 min)
  • 16:40 – The balance of journalism during Obama vs. Reagan: stories on the “hidden benefits of unemployment”? (1 min)
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