Legislation, State

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Free Speech and Intellectual Diversity in South Dakota

Mar 18, 2019 by NAS |

South Dakota leads the way in protecting liberties necessary for the pursuit of truth. 

Loose Definitions

Feb 21, 2019 by NAS |

A bill in the Oregon legislature has drawn ire for comparing genocide to the daily plight of microaggressions and appropriation. 

Inside the Beltway Conference Call

Feb 13, 2019 by NAS |

Join NAS next Wednesday, February 20, at 2:00 PM Eastern for a conference call to discuss what’s happening in DC. 

NAS Endorses the Campus Intellectual Diversity Act

Feb 12, 2019 by Peter Wood |

Let's restore intellectual rigor and diversity to higher education. 

The Campus Intellectual Diversity Act

Feb 12, 2019 by Stanley Kurtz |

Model state-level legislation to promote intellectual diversity on campus.  

Required Reading

Feb 08, 2019 by NAS |

A State Representative in Iowa has introduced a bill to make Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's The Gulag Archipelago a required read for high school graduation.

New Policy Supports Freedom of Speech and Intellectual Diversity

Dec 20, 2018 by NAS |

The South Dakota Board of Regents have adopted a statement to promote these freedoms on campus. 

Race, Sex, and Faculty Searches, Department of Biology, SDSU, 1988-2002

Sep 14, 2017 by Stuart Hurlbert |

Prof. Stuart Hurlbert provides data on the effect of affirmative action policies on faculty searches between 1988 and 2002 at San Diego State University's Biology Department.

Governor Cuomo’s Free College Plan Will Fail Miserably

May 23, 2017 by NAS |

NAS Director of Communications David Randall argues the impending failure of New York's free college tuition plan.

How to Stop Complaining and Start Fixing America’s Higher Education Crisis

May 16, 2017 by Peter Wood |

NAS President Peter Wood surveys higher education's problems and offers solutions. 

Spinning Wheels

Apr 24, 2017 by NAS |

Robert Maranto writes about how education reformers can work effectively.

The New Civics: Using ‘Service Learning’ to Teach Progressive Advocacy

Apr 13, 2017 by David Randall |

David Randall writes about the New Civics in Oklahoma.

New Legislative Protections for Campus Free Expression

Feb 09, 2017 by NAS |

In both North Carolina and Virginia, lawmakers are working to pass bills that affirm freedom of expression on college campuses. 

Common Core Damage Will Last for Years to Come

Jan 12, 2016 by Chance Layton |

NAS President Peter Wood, in a recent Heartlander article, explains the failures of Common Core and why it’s in the process of leaving America’s public schools.

Faculty Tenure: Improve It, Don’t Remove It

Aug 18, 2015 by W. Lee Hansen |

W. Lee Hansen argues that revisions to faculty tenure must be objective and preserve academic freedom. 

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