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Category Archive: 'Education'
Gov Noem hails South Dakota’s legislation “to promote continued fairness in women’s sports.”
Evidence shows the risk to children academically, socially, and emotionally from virtual learning is greater than the health risk to children from in-person classroom learning.
For a generation of students already dangerously inclined toward isolation, shuttered schools are a disaster across the board. The pandemic-induced closures, however, present particular difficulties for young women.
University of Virginia student Victoria Spiotto, a 2020 Summer Fellow at the CBL Center for Conservative Women, gave a student’s perspective at the first White House Conference on American History, which was held on September 17, 2020, at the National Archives in Washington DC.
“College campuses facilitate the perfect environment for indoctrination, providing a platform for radical professors to teach their opinion as fact,” argues Autumn Klein.
Secretary DeVos’ honest approach to fixing the student debt crisis, one of the many failings of our government education system, were mocked by Democrats when she appeared before Congress on December 12.
The myths you’ve heard are exactly that – myths. School choice benefits all students.
Most have learned about Susan B. Anthony and Rosa Parks as a child, and their work was incredibly important for women and civil rights. However, have you heard of these five women?
Our great nation is currently facing a major problem. Students are lacking a basic knowledge of our nation’s history, of self-governance, and why it is important to be involved in our democratic process.
Here are a few liberty-minded universities that are exceeding our expectations in protecting our fundamental right to free speech on campus.
Title IX “has been turned into a club with which to beat male students.”
The ancient patriarchy’s treatment of women was abhorrent. So, too, is modern feminism’s treatment of men.
Mark Perry at AEI’s Carpe Diem blog crunches some very revealing numbers.
It’s an idea with good intentions and documented bad outcomes. Concerned students should talk to the university and student government and convince them to get rid of this requirement.