November 8, 2022

NAS Urges Texas to Revise Its Proposed Social Studies Standards

National Association of Scholars

The National Association of Scholars has advised the Texas Board of Education to substantially revise its proposed social studies standards.

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November 6, 2022

Resisting Racial Preferences: A Retrospective

National Association of Scholars

The National Association of Scholars' work opposing racial preferences in American higher education spans more than three decades. 

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November 4, 2022

Event: The University: Friend or Foe of Science?

National Association of Scholars

Join the National Association of Scholars on Friday, November 11, for a fascinating discussion about the interface of activism, administrative power, and science.

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November 1, 2022

If You Take a Skeleton to Court...

Marina Ziemnick

As we await the Supreme Court’s decisions in the cases challenging racial preferences at UNC and Harvard, now is the time to prepare for the next stage in the battle for fair admissions.

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October 28, 2022

Video: Saving Evolution from Itself

National Association of Scholars

Listen in as Drs. J. Scott Turner and Michael Flannery discuss evolution, and the science and philosophy of the term.

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October 27, 2022

Video: Right Ideas: Robert Nisbet

National Association of Scholars

Listen as our panel of scholars discusses political theorist Robert Nisbet and his newfound relevance for conservatives today.

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October 27, 2022

Public Comments, Open Letters, and the Consequences of Critical Race Theory

David Randall

Our nationwide campaign for social studies standards reform is still underway, with exciting opportunities and developments in Mississippi, Virginia, and Kentucky.

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October 25, 2022

NAS President Peter Wood Addresses the Pending Racial Preferences Cases

National Association of Scholars

Read NAS president Peter Wood's remarks on the upcoming Supreme Court cases, which he presented at a meeting of "Oasis," an informal group of academics and intellectuals based in New York.

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October 25, 2022

A Blueprint for Higher Education Reform

Marina Ziemnick

If American higher education is to be reformed, the pressure must come from outside the institutions, not from within. NAS’s policy proposals will serve as a key tool in this project.

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October 24, 2022

Comment on Mississippi College and Career Readiness Standards

National Association of Scholars

NAS provides recommendations and critiques to the Mississippi 2022 College and Career Readiness Standards.

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NAS President Peter Wood Addresses the Pending Racial Preferences Cases

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Against Transgenderism

The ideology of transgenderism strives to slam shut any door that offers opposition to its attempts to acquire power and control. This statement explains our opposition to such an ideology i......

October 20, 2022

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NAS Statement on Nomination of Ben Sasse for University of Florida President

We believe that Senator Sasse would make an excellent president of the University of Florida, and we urge the Board of Trustees to follow the search committee’s recommendation....

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Where Did We Get the Idea That Only White People Can Be Racist?

A look at the double standard that has arisen regarding racism, illustrated recently by the reaction to a black professor's biased comments on Twitter....

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Ask a Scholar: What is the True Definition of Latino?

What does it mean to be Latino? Are only Latin American people Latino, or does the term apply to anyone whose language derived from Latin?...

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Harvard Prepares to Host All Black Graduation

Is Harvard's all black graduation a benign trend or a step backwards? ...