July 21, 2020

Proposition 209—Twenty Five Years Later

John David

Proposition 209 helps the very groups it was accused of hurting, a fact now proven by over twenty years of data. Merit, not state-sanctioned racial discimination, promotes equity.

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July 20, 2020

We Need Some Muscle Over Here: The New Civics and the Rise of Muscular Activism in America

National Association of Scholars

How and why have universities failed to produce civic-minded graduates? Join our webinar this Thursday, July 23 at 2 pm Eastern Standard Time to learn more.

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July 18, 2020

Rebuilding America by Restoring the University

Neetu Arnold

Since the progressive trend in higher education isn't going away, conservatives must push for reform by exerting power from the outside.

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July 16, 2020

The Effects of Proposition 209 on California

Charles Geshekter and David Randall

This study, originally published in 2008 and updated in 2020, examines the effects of Proposition 209 on racial and gender diversity in California higher education over a 20 year span.

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July 16, 2020

An Emeritus Professor Under Siege Once Again

David Randall

The case of Stuart Hurlbert is a grim reminder that not even emeritus professors are safe from the continual onslaught of heterodox views by higher ed censors.

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July 15, 2020

The Fight for Freedom Begins on Oklahoma Campuses

David Randall

The antiracism cultural revolution is pressuring Oklahoma universities to transform further into social justice seminaries. 

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July 14, 2020

Higher Ed’s Princes and Paupers Plan Reopening

John David

Elite colleges and universities have not provided the actionable reopening solution many hoped for—their plans would spell bankruptcy and closure for most schools in America.

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July 13, 2020

Black Lives Matter on the Ballot

John Rosenberg

Proposition 16 is much bigger than affirmative action—it's a tacit endorsement of the BLM agenda.

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July 10, 2020

Don’t Bail Out Colleges. Help Students Instead.

Andrew Gillen

To make it out of COVID-19 alive, colleges and universities need to 1) support students directly and 2) allow alternative educational providers to enter the market.

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July 9, 2020

Potential Grantmaking Options in Higher Education

The Giving Review Editors

Philanthropy in higher education is currently dominated by the political left. Are there openings for those on the other side of the aisle to make a lasting difference?

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Exclusive: UT Austin Proposes Political Litmus Tests for Hiring and Promotion

The University of Texas at Austin has proposed the “Faculty Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Strategic Plan," exchanging merit-based success for identity-based dive...

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Exclusive: UT Austin Proposes Political Litmus Tests for Hiring and Promotion

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An Emeritus Professor Under Siege Once Again

The case of Stuart Hurlbert is a grim reminder that not even emeritus professors are safe from the continual onslaught of heterodox views by higher ed censors....