January 21, 2021

Fringe History, Flawed Scholarship

National Association of Scholars

Join the National Association of Scholars on February 3 at 2 pm ET for Fringe History, an event that will assemble notable scholars to comment on different aspects of Wood's 1620, the 1619 Project...

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January 20, 2021

Academic Persecution at UCF

National Association of Scholars

The University of Central Florida has announced that it will fire Professor Charles Negy, in what appears to be an ideologically motivated termination predicated on a controversial tweet.

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January 19, 2021

Revising the HEA to Restore Educational Integrity

David Acevedo

We all know that American higher education is in desperate need of reform, but what’s the best way to bring it about? Amending the Higher Education Act is an important piece of the puzzle.

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January 19, 2021

Event: Social Justice Education in Idaho

National Association of Scholars

How has social justice advocacy become so prevalent on Idaho's campuses? Join us on January 28th at 2 pm ET to learn more. 

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January 15, 2021

An Antidote for Higher Ed's Disease

Keith Whitaker

NAS Board Chair Keith Whitaker's closing remarks from our January 13 report launch, "Freedom to Learn: A Blueprint for Higher Education Reform."

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January 14, 2021

Video: Freedom to Learn

National Association of Scholars

American higher education is in dire need of reform. But where should we start, and what specific changes are needed? Read the policy recommendations and watch our launch event to find out. 

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January 13, 2021

Scholars Encourage Reforms to the Higher Education Act

National Association of Scholars

How do we encourage reform of America’s costly, politicized, and dysfunctional system of higher education? NAS's policy recommendations in Freedom to Learn detail a way forward.

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January 13, 2021

The Story of a Gift

Christopher Kendall

The NAS is proud to inaugurate the Shaw Legacy Society, a new group made up of those who have opted to make us a part of their own legacy. Click to read more.

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January 12, 2021

Rebalancing the Campus Immigration Narrative

David Acevedo

Why is there one right answer on immigration in higher ed? In NAS's new report, "Rebalancing the Narrative," George R. La Noue answers this question and proposes a way to restore debate.

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January 12, 2021

Comments on EPA's Final Rule, "Strengthening Transparency"

David Randall

NAS applauds the Environmental Protection Agency for taking a significant first step toward strengthening reproducibility requirements in the science the agency uses to inform its regulations.

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