You just can’t make this stuff up. All over America we push our young people to get good grades so that they can get “a college education”, but then once they get […]
14 Facts That Prove That America’s Absolutely Pathetic System Of Public Education Deserves An ‘F’ Grade
One thing that almost everyone can agree upon is that our system of public education is broken. We spend far more money on public education than anyone else in the world, and […]
The depth of this entanglement between many universities and abortion clinics has been exposed by the Select Panel’s research into the fetal tissue industry. Many taxpayers would be outraged that many doctors […]
San Francisco’s mayor announced Monday that the city would make college education free to all of its residents through the City College of San Francisco. The agreement, made possible through a tax […]
The response to the shock has been to turn campuses into kindergarten. The University of Michigan Law School announced a ”post-election self-care” event with “food” and “play,” including “coloring sheets, play dough […]
The president announced the proposal at Pellissippi State Community College in Knoxville, Tenn., a significant location. “America’s College Promise” is modeled after a Tennessee program (called “Tennessee Promise”), which covers the cost […]
The average U.S. college freshman reads at a seventh grade level, according to an educational assessment report. “We are spending billions of dollars trying to send students to college and maintain them […]
Students who oppose gay marriage are homophobic, according to an audio recording of a Marquette University instructor who went on to say that gay rights issues cannot be discussed in class because it might offend homosexuals. I reached out to the 20-year-old student at the center of this outrageous episode and the story he tells should serve as a warning to anyone who thinks religious schools are safe havens for open discourse. The story was first reported on a blog run by a Marquette University professor and was picked up by the good folks over at The College Fix.
Nearly nine out of 10 freshmen think they’ll earn their bachelor’s degrees within the traditional four years, according to a nationwide survey conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA. But the U.S.