Update the Classics: Add a PC Subtitle
What progressive lessons can you find hidden in old books?
Summer 2016 Issue of Academic Questions
The Disappearing Continent
A critique of the College Board's revised AP European History exam
Academic Freedom in the Age of Political Correctness
Join us for a panel discussion on October 6th.
Educated opinion and commentary on developments and trends in higher education
A forum for highlighting news and views in higher education
Studies documenting trends in contemporary academia
News from the National Association of Scholars
Official positions taken by the National Association of Scholars
President, National Association of Scholars
Executive Director, National Association of Scholars
Research Associate, National Association of Scholars
Director of Research, National Association of Scholars
Public Affairs Officer, National Association of Scholars
Jeff Zorn reminisces about his own fruitful education experience at the famous Boston Latin School and discusses how recent racial protests are unfair to the school.
Common Core offers students dumbed down and biased news articles to fill an appetite of "informational texts."
Mark G. Brennan relates his observations of a month-long education trip to Cuba where he saw the stultifying hand of Communist ideology on the minds and souls of a population.
Are the classics outdated? Four reasons support the reading of old--even flawed--books.
Join us on October 5th at the First Things editorial offices in New York City.
Frontier Centre for Public Policy releases a report illuminating the failed agenda of fossil fuel divestment.
It’s getting harder to tell the difference between real news about colleges and the Onion’s parodies.