After three days of turbulent meetings, the Texas Board of Education on Friday approved a social studies curriculum that will put a conservative stamp on history and economics textbooks.
Victory for Free Speech on Campus: Federal Court Strikes Down Gun Rights Protest Restrictions at Tarrant County College
Late yesterday, in a striking victory for the First Amendment on campus, a federal district court in Texas ruled that a number of restrictions on students’ speech at Tarrant County College (TCC) are unconstitutional.
University makes plans to use ideological diversity curriculum.
The debate over affirmative action in higher education, largely dormant since 2003, when the Supreme Court affirmed racial preferences at the University of Michigan School of Law, may soon come roaring back.
UC San Diego Freezes Funds for 33 Media Groups, Dissolves Student TV, Threatens to Punish Students for Protected Speech
he University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and its student government have violated the First Amendment by freezing funds for 33 student media organizations.
David Horowitz promotes academic freedom at the University of North Carolina.
Is a program aimed at empowering women in science hurting the industry?
I had occasion to see for myself an answer to this question when I recently visited the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.