(Bruce Deitrick Price) Genuine rigorous testing of educational ideas is rare in America. Why? Because practical testing usually goes against what the professors want to do. Their impractical ideas don’t perform well in the real world.
(Anthony T) Harvard students are supposed to be smart right?
(Ashe Schow) A Duke University administrator said that the school limits due process protections for students accused of sexual misconduct and plans to remove those protections altogether once Democrat Joe Biden becomes president.
(Jordan Davidson) In a Facebook post Monday, TV host and personality Mike Rowe denounced student loan forgiveness and encouraged people to reconsider taking on debt for a four-year degree that may not even land them a job.
(The Daily Wire) Steve Forbes slammed the push from Democratic lawmakers to pay off the student loan debts of everyone, or nearly everyone, in the country, calling it a slap in the face to people who sacrificed and worked hard to not be in debt from student loans.
(Waking Times) The return to schools in the US was memorably fraught with doomsayers like Dr. Fauci who at times allied with unions (particularly in America’s biggest districts like in LA, Chicago and New York) to force mayors to agree to lengthy delays of in-person education unless they acquiesced to measures on staffing and resources intended to ensure “teacher safety”.
(Bruce Deitrick Price) The life of the mind. This lovely phrase states what education is supposed to be about. All things bright and cerebral. Play chess. Write a story. Devise a plan for any goal. Weigh evidence for and against any proposal. Note that you could be perfectly still. These activities occur inside the brain.
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(Tim Pearce) Top universities in the United States took billions of dollars in secret funding from foreign entities, according to a Tuesday report from the Department of Education.
(Hank Berrien) Responding to Labour MP Dawn Butler’s calls to “decolonize” history in the British Parliament’s House of Commons, Woman and Equalities Minister Kemi Badenoch absolutely blistered schools for teaching critical race theory and supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, asserting, “This government stands unequivocally against critical race theory,” and condemning people “pretending” that Black Lives Matter is a “completely wholesome anti-racist organization.”
(Louis Markos) I used to believe that the main problem with education in America was that our public schools, community colleges, and four-year universities had surgically removed all traces of virtue from the curriculum. I no longer believe that to be the case. Indeed, I believe that the current situation would be better had they done so!
(Ashe Schow) Whites and non-whites training to be Residential Assistants at the University of Kentucky were segregated according to their race and put through different presentations.
(Paul Bois) As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, health and government officials still insist that the schools stay closed and children conduct remote learning severed off from their friends and all social contact. Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) says this mode of learning is having negative consequences on her son’s eyesight.
(Hank Berrien) On Thursday, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos kept her promise to protect free speech on college campuses, issuing the Improving Free Inquiry, Transparency, and Accountability at Colleges and Universities final rule.
(Paul Joseph Watson) Grandmother confronts teacher over woke brainwashing.
(Eric Quintanar) Speaking at the National Archives on Constitution Day, President Donald Trump ripped Critical Race Theory—the left-wing ideology that purports that racism is an effectively permanent and inescapable feature of American society—saying that it was a form of child abuse to teach it to children.