March 31, 2021

Event: Sub-Standard Science

National Association of Scholars

Join the National Association of Scholars on April 8th at 2 pm ET as we launch Climbing Down, our analysis of the Next Generation Science Standards.

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March 31, 2021

Introducing Resolute, The Civics Alliance Newsletter

David Randall

Resolute is the Civics Alliance’s newsletter, informing you about the most urgent issues in American civics education. Click to read the first issue and subscribe.

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March 30, 2021

UT Law Evades the First Amendment

David Acevedo

UT Austin alumnus Louis K. Bonham conducted an in-depth investigation and discovered that UT Law's Law and Religion Clinic intends to curb the study and teaching of the First Amendment.

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March 30, 2021

UT Law School’s First Amendment Center: An Update

Louis K. Bonham

In this piece, Louis Bonham investigates the University of Texas Law School's First Amendment Center, which, after further research, he demonstrates is not so concerned with the First Am...

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March 29, 2021

South Dakota Prohibits Ideological Discrimination in Higher Education

David Randall

NAS welcomes the passage of this bill into law and congratulates South Dakota's governor and legislature for this welcome measure to protect South Dakotans against discrimination.

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March 29, 2021

Seussian Freedom

Peter Wood and David Randall

NAS's Peter Wood and David Randall comment on the recent cancellation of Dr. Seuss, as well as how it relates to the broader issues of academic cancel culture.

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March 25, 2021

Video: 1776

National Association of Scholars

There are many dates that vie for the year that America was truly founded. Listen in as Conor Friedersdorf, Jason Ross, Bob Woodson, and Bruce Gilley discuss why 1776 is such an important date, and ho...

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March 23, 2021

Confucius Institutes Get a Makeover

David Acevedo

The Chinese Communist Party is rebranding Confucius Institutes, an evasive ploy meant to avoid the public eye and continue exerting its soft power on American campuses.

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March 22, 2021

Scholars Announce Launch of The Civics Alliance

National Association of Scholars

NAS is pleased to announce The Civics Alliance, a new coalition dedicated to defending and restoring true civics education across the United States.

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March 22, 2021

The Civics Alliance: A Toolkit

National Association of Scholars

NAS is pleased to release a toolkit for citizens concerned about strengthening traditional civics education and defending the civics curriculum from being taken over by New Civics.

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