Weather Underground terrorist Kathy Boudin, convicted in the murder of two police officers and a security guard, now teaches at Columbia University, and has been honored at another university.
Unfortunately, we are at a stage where the interests of race hustlers is to cry "unfair" at the tests — and they have a lot more political clout than black Tiger Moms have. So long as the rest of us are silenced by political correctness, racial progress on that front is unlikely.
Predictably, the usual anti-gun suspects have attacked the NRA's proposal to put more armed personnel in our nation's schools, but NRA members may want to challenge the program's promotion of unconstitutional federal involvement in local law enforcement and education, and its dangerous positions and omissions on "mental health."
In his new book Meeting the Psychoeducational Needs of Minority Students, Professor Craig Frisby uses the name "quack multiculturalism" to describe the vision of multiculturalism that promotes the falsehoods and distortions that dominate today's college agenda.
Atlanta's former school superintendent has been indicted in connection with a cheating scandal that financially profited school officials while falsely showing a dramatic academic improvement among the district's 52,000 mostly poor, black students.
An Oregon high school teacher said he is being targeted for termination from his job because of his vocal opposition to Planned Parenthood in his school and community.
A Massachusetts school principal has cancelled his school’s Honors Night in the belief that it would cause students who are not receiving an award to feel self-conscious and disappointed in themselves. According to Principal David Fabrizio, Honors Night could be “devastating” to the students who worked hard, but did not earn good enough grades to receive an award.
A new policy approved by the Chicago Public Schools will require students to participate in sex education instruction, beginning in kindergarten.
Following widespread national media attention, outrage continues to grow surrounding the controversial suspension of a 16-year-old Florida student who reportedly helped disarm a gunman on a school bus, potentially saving at least one life. School officials dispute those reports. Now, however, a national youth-rights organization has officially become involved in the case to advocate on behalf of the suspended teen and have his permanent record cleared. Members of the local community have also rallied to the cause.
Once we recognize that large differences in achievement among races, nations and civilizations have been the rule, not the exception, throughout recorded history, there is at least some hope of rational thought — and perhaps even some constructive efforts to help everyone advance.