Analyst: “The Same, Tired Arguments on the Fisher Case”
I would like to see Professor Mitchell, or anyone else, try to show how “fairness” is advanced by an admission system that is stacked against the children of Asian families, some of whom had ancestors who also suffered from discriminatory American laws and policies.
The NLRB Deserves a Cheer for Turning Down College Football Unions
In any event, the idea of unionizing football teams at some private universities (state law would govern that question at state universities, which are the great majority of big-time football and basketball schools) was always a silly idea.
Will Americans Be Better Off If They Use “Bias-Free Language”?
The people who spent their time coming up with the Guide did nothing to help educate any student. If anything, their infatuation with revising English so that everyone feels included and is never assailed by linguistic microaggressions gets in the way of clear writing and thinking.
An Upcoming Supreme Court Case Has Education Unions Worried
Onerous opt-out procedures are intended, as one union spokesperson actually admitted, to take advantage of people’s inertia. What would happen if unions had to obtain money the way all other private organizations do – by asking for it?
Law Schools Have Become Breeding Grounds For Left-Wing Activism
It isn’t just at Harvard, of course. I’m told by law professors I know that even at schools that aren’t known as being hotbeds of leftism, many of the faculty have succeeded in turning their PC enthusiasms into courses.
How to Counter the Tax-Hikers in the Higher Ed Debate
The Obama administration’s loan forgiveness policy does very little good for students who get their AA or BA degrees at typical colleges, but it does tremendous good for those who get advanced degrees at pricey universities and then go into “public service” work.
Is a “bias incident reporting” system any better than a speech code?
Colorado’s Bias Incident Reporting system will become a wet blanket thrown over free speech on campus. Eventually, it will probably be challenged on First Amendment grounds, but even if it falls, look for the people on campus who really believe that speech should be controlled rather than free to come up with something else.
Why Does the New York Times Keep Cheerleading for the College Agenda?
Federal subsidies for college have simultaneously lowered educational quality and increased the number of Americans who have college credentials but little useful knowledge or skill.
We Can “Preserve” Higher Education Without Wasting Money
We went past the point of diminishing returns in public higher education long ago. More spending does not increase benefits from it, but diverts resources better employed elsewhere.
Sociology Prof: “Don’t Study Economics – It Makes You a Bad Person!”
Because economics discourages the drawing of conclusions based on emotion and emphasizes the need to fully consider the results of action — the opportunity costs and the unintended consequences — it makes the student less inclined to fall head over heels for leftist panaceas such as the minimum wage, “free” medical care, and so forth.