News from the National Association of Scholars

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Academic Freedom for Students: NAS Affirms Lernfreiheit

Jan 29, 2009 |

We believe that college students, in addition to faculty members, should enjoy fundamental intellectual freedom.

Stephen Balch to become Chairman of NAS Board, Peter Wood to Become NAS President

Dec 11, 2008 |

NAS's founder Steve Balch passes on the torch and will continue to play a leadership role.

NAS Salutes Affiliates’ Efforts to End Ethnic- and Gender-Based Preferences

Nov 07, 2008 |

Well done, Nebraska and Colorado Association of Scholars.

NAS Urges WASC: Do Not Accredit Racial Preferences

Oct 30, 2008 |

Santa Rosa Junior College's accreditation must be contingent on fairness in its hiring.

The NAS Hails Enactment of the American History for Freedom Program in Higher Education…

Aug 01, 2008 |

The NAS lauded the passage of legislation, part of the Higher Education Act, which will further the study of American history.

National Association of Scholars Launches Argus Project

Jul 29, 2008 |

The NAS has announced the opening of its

University of Delaware Could Reinstate Residence Life Indoctrination Program

May 02, 2008 |

The University of Delaware has proposed a new program for residence life that looks just like the former program, known on campus as "the treatment." NAS exposed the abuses of UD's residence life curriculum last fall, and we…

Evidence Defeats Opponents of Michigan Racial Preferences Ban

Apr 07, 2008 |

NAS publishes an article unfolding how evidence of racial preferences' detriments stopped opponents of Michigan Civil Rights Initiative.

NAS Urges HHS to Disavow Voter Discrimination

Feb 15, 2008 |

The Council for Social Work Education persists in unconstitutional practices. NAS Urges HHS to Disavow Voter Discrimination.

NAS Expresses Pleasure and Relief at Advisory Panel’s Recommendation on the…

Dec 19, 2007 |

The National Association of Scholars expressed its great pleasure at the decision of the U.S. Department of Education’s National Advisory Committee on Institutional Quality and Integrity (NACIQI) to recommend that the department’s…

NAS Study Declares Social Work Education to Be a National Academic Scandal

Sep 11, 2007 |

Social work education is a national academic scandal. So concludes a study released today by the National Association of Scholars.

NCATE Drops “Social Justice” as Accreditation Standard NAS Is Pleased

Jun 05, 2006 |

The NAS expressed its pleasure, today, with the announced decision of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) to drop the reference to "social justice" in its professional dispositions standard. The…

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