Educated opinion and commentary on developments and trends in higher education

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Keli Carender Joins NAS Staff

Jan 10, 2018 by Peter Wood |

NAS welcomes Keli Carender, our new Director of Communications.

On Rubrics and Broken Windows

Jan 05, 2018 by Bruce Brasington |

Bruce Brasington discusses the effects of the AP European History examination.

Reading The Age of Jackson in the Age of Trump

Jan 03, 2018 by NAS |

NAS Staff members read and comment on Arthur Schlesinger's The Age of Jackson.

Modern vs. Western Thought: The Return of Bacon’s Idols

Dec 21, 2017 by William H. Young |

William Young examines the return of idols which Francis Bacon had sought to banish

Does Trump Threaten Science?

Dec 20, 2017 by Peter Wood |

NAS President Peter Wood critiques a polemic by the American Association of University Professors.

Victoria Coates Is Keynote Speaker at February NAS Conference

Dec 18, 2017 by NAS |

Victoria C. G. Coates, author of David's Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art, will give the dinner keynote address at NAS's conference in Phoenix, "What Is Western Civilization?"

Higher Education’s Deeper Sickness

Dec 18, 2017 by John M. Ellis |

John Ellis argues for measures that would increase intellectual diversity and reduce politicization in colleges. 

VIDEO: The Anti-American Bias of American Higher Education

Dec 13, 2017 by Peter Wood |

NAS President Peter Wood discusses the anti-American bias in Higher Education. 

Societal Threats from Ideologically Driven Science

Dec 13, 2017 by Edward J. Calabrese |

Personal bias has gotten in the way of good science. 

Unsettled Science

Dec 13, 2017 by NAS |

The Winter 2017 edition of AQ discusses ideological bias in the sciences, and how that affects research. 

Dreaming of a Black Christmas

Dec 12, 2017 by Dion J. Pierre |

UCLA Prof. Melina Abdullah recently called for a "Black Christmas" as a protest against capitalism. This idea is nothing new. 

Should World War I Have Been Fought?

Dec 12, 2017 by Victor Davis Hanson |

While the Firsr World War was a tragedy, an Allied victory was much more preferable to the alternative. 

A Famous Victory

Dec 07, 2017 by NAS |

NAS Director of Communications David Randall criticizes the AP European History exam at The Claremont Review of Books.

College Board Improves European History Course—But Not Enough: Churchill In,…

Dec 05, 2017 by NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: NAS assesses the College Board's response to our critique of their Advanced Placement European History Examination.

Churchill In, Columbus Still Out: A Half-Loaf from the College Board

Dec 05, 2017 by David Randall |

The College Board makes a superficial response to NAS' critique of their AP European history standards.

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