July 19, 2021

Laws Against Critical Race Theory Are Only the First Step

David Randall

Americans must do far more than just pass state laws to ban CRT. Don’t merely ruffle the education establishment's feathers—pluck ‘em.

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July 16, 2021

Video: A Dubious Expediency

National Association of Scholars

Peter Wood is joined by Professors Gail Heriot and Maimon Schwarzchild to discuss their recent book, A Dubious Expediency. 

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July 15, 2021

Lhamon Wobbles on Presumption of Innocence, Undermining Confidence that She Can be Fair

Teresa Manning

Catherine Lhamon’s nomination to serve again opens old wounds for victims of the 2011 DCL. Tuesday’s hearing made matters worse.

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July 14, 2021

What Is American Citizenship?

Dennis Hale and Marc Landy

Citizenship as an office, or as a duty, is a discordant note in an age of “rights talk.” What makes American citizenship different?

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July 13, 2021

$300,000 for an M.F.A. in Film—Why Not?

David Acevedo

A new Wall Street Journal article exposes America’s broken student debt system—what can be done?

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July 9, 2021

How Many Confucius Institutes Are in the United States?

National Association of Scholars

UPDATED: We're keeping track of all Confucius Institutes in the United States, including those that remain open, those that closed, and those that have announced their closing.

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July 9, 2021

Event: A Dubious Expediency

National Association of Scholars

Join NAS on Friday, July 16th at 2 pm ET for a discussion on the effects of racial preferences in higher education. 

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July 8, 2021

Victory in Florida, the Texas Special Session, and the Model K-12 Civics Code

David Randall

Click to read the eighth issue of Resolute, our new Civics Alliance newsletter informing you about the most urgent issues in civics education.

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July 8, 2021

Tracking Cancel Culture in Higher Education

David Acevedo

UPDATED: A repository of 181 professors, administrators, and students who have been canceled for expressing views deemed unacceptable by higher education ideologues.

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