Childhood’s End in Chicago
Starting with the class of 2020, students will have to provide evidence of college admission, military enlistment, a job offer or evidence of acceptance into a job training program, or “acceptance into a ‘gap year’ program” to receive a high school diploma.
Everything is Hate Speech
Universities repeatedly deny students the opportunity to think critically and independently. The result of this suppression, as William Buckley observed, is students’ utter shock toward alternate points of view.
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.
Time to Follow the “Chicago Way” on Free Speech in Higher Education?
Barely a mention has been made of the most frightening crisis that American higher education faces—the assault on free speech and debate. Both parties have, up until now, missed the opportunity to challenge our nation’s universities to adopt the “Chicago Way.”
University of Chicago Stands Up for Academic Freedom
Let’s hope that this resolution . . . will serve as an example for other institutions. As for accountability for those institutions whose leaders don’t adhere to these principles . . . how about denying federal and state funding to those who restrict freedom of speech through “speech codes” and other obstructions to free exchange?
First Adaptive Learning-Driven MBA Program in the U.S.
(From The Wall Street Journal): First Adaptive Learning-Driven MBA Program in the U.S. Online MBA students at American InterContinental University (AIU) now have the opportunity to make their studies even more efficient with the launch of AIU’s intellipath MBA, the first MBA program in the U.S. driven by adaptive learning technology. The first AIU students will […]