February 15, 2021

NAS Endorses the Partisanship Out of Civics Act

Peter Wood

NAS endorses a new piece of model state legislation, The Partisanship Out of Civics Act, which would help rescue public K-12 civics education from its subornation by radical activists.

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February 15, 2021

The Partisanship Out of Civics Act

Stanley Kurtz

The Partisanship Out of Civics Act is a piece of model state legislation that would help rescue public K-12 civics education from its subornation by radical activists.

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February 11, 2021

EVENT: Woke and Broke

National Association of Scholars

Join the National Association of Scholars online or in-person on March 4th for the launch event of Priced Out: What College Costs America. The report details how universities and government polic...

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February 11, 2021

Scholars Call for Biden to Reinstate Transparency for Confucius Institutes

National Association of Scholars

President Biden has quietly withdrawn a Trump Administration policy proposal that would have required all colleges and K-12 schools to disclose any ties with Confucius Institutes.

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February 9, 2021

DoJ Reverses Course on Yale Lawsuit

David Acevedo

The Department of Justice has dropped its lawsuit against Yale University, which alleged that the school is in ongoing violation of civil rights law in its undergraduate admissions.

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February 8, 2021

Countering Sex Discrimination at UCF

David Acevedo

Do sex-specific university programs and scholarships violate Title IX? Adam Kissel argues they do and has filed a OCR complaint to address the issue at the University of Central Florida.

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February 3, 2021

An Open Letter to Philip P. DiStefano, Chancellor of Colorado University Boulder

Peter Wood

After Professor John Eastman spoke at President Trump's January 6 rally, CU Boulder revoked the outreach and speaking privileges he held as a visiting professor at the Benson Center.

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February 3, 2021

Video: Fringe History, Flawed Scholarship

National Association of Scholars

Why 1619, and not 1620, or 1776, as the  "nation's true founding?" Watch our webinar featuring Phil Magness, Robert Paquette, Ian Rowe, and Peter W. Wood to learn more.

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February 3, 2021

An Open Letter to Daniele Struppa, President of Chapman University

Peter Wood

Professor John Eastman filed a brief and spoke at the January 6 rally in support of former President Trump. He was then unfairly defamed for "inciting violence" and pressured to retire.

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February 2, 2021

Three Cancellations You Should Know About

David Acevedo

Despite the many changes America has seen in the past few months, one thing has remained the same: cancel culture. Here are updates on three of the "canceled" professors we are tracking.

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