Accuracy in Academia

Anti-Abortion Videos Shown In Middle School

And in California, no less. “A Sutter Middle School teacher who recently aired graphic abortion videos to students during a sex-education class is in hot water with the Sacramento City Unified School District,” Cynthia Hubert reported in The Sacramento Bee. “The district launched an investigation …

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Stonewall Jackson Elementary Alias Mockingbird Elementary

The effort to rename public schools has apparently given administrators of them a new lease on life. “A sign reading Mockingbird Elementary was put up on Stonewall Jackson Elementary School on Monday, with the name change officially going into effect in July,” Fox News 4 …

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Feminist Prof Offers Advice For Men

In, of course, The Washington Post. “So men, if you really are #WithUs and would like us to not hate you for all the millennia of woe you have produced and benefited from, start with this: Lean out so we can actually just stand up …

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Marquette University has Rules Against Proselyting, but Not Evangelizing

Marquette University outlines how students can “evangelize” but not “proselyte” on their college campus, which is a Catholic higher education institution. There is a gray area between the two, but the university has rules separating the two types of discussion and conversations for their students. …

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Marquette Professor Listed ‘Barrage of Microaggressions’ in Personal Diary

A Marquette University professor recounted, in a diary, of the ‘barrage of microaggressions’ she goes through in order to deal with her ‘whiteness.’ Beth Godbee, who teaches English as an assistant professor, keeps the diary for herself to help her overcome her own alleged racism. …

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Anti-Semitism Lives on Big Campuses

And should elite university denizens question how enlightened they really are. “In the past few months alone, pro-Israel events have been aggressively disrupted at New York University, Syracuse University, UCLA and the University of California, Irvine; numerous fliers, graffiti and chalking stating ‘Zionists Not Welcome …

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Universities in Denial of Due Process

The good news is that students are not quite as ignorant of their constitutional rights as we’ve thought. The bad news is that most universities don’t want them to have any. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently surveyed students on this question …

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Barnard College says No to Petition Critical of Alleged ‘Eurocentric’ English Major

Barnard College rejects a petition that criticized it for a “Eurocentric” English major at the women-only college. The petition clamored for more people of color (i.e. minorities) to be hired at the college to help correct the emphasis on European (i.e. white) authors in the …

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Professor: University of Michigan Spends $11 Million on 93 Diversity Staffers

Professor Mark Perry at the University of Michigan concluded, after analyzing data from the university, that the university pays $11 million for 93 diversity staffers. Without accounting for benefits, the amount is closer to $8 million, but either way, it shows how diversity has led …

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NEA Running Scared Of SCOTUS Decision

With the U. S. Supreme Court ready to pass judgement on how demanding teacher’s unions can be, the National Education Association (NEA) is already girding for the worst news they could get. “This summer the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule in Janus v. …

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