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Academic Food Fights

Obamacare isn’t the only government program that will eat up your money. There are all those government-grant funded studies on….food.

The Left Versus Minorities

Charter schools take power from politicians and bureaucrats, letting parents decide where their children will go to school. That is obviously offensive to those on the left, who think that our betters should be making our decisions for us.

Solutions to Black Education

There is little that the political and education establishment will do about the grossly fraudulent education received by many black youngsters, and more money is not the answer.

Common Core Education Monopoly

Common Core, like public school, public housing, the U.S. Postal Service, the Transportation Security Administration, etc., are all one-size-fits-all government monopolies. For consumers, this is not a good thing.

Schoolteacher Cheating

While there’s widespread teacher test cheating to conceal education failure, most notably among black children, it’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Politics Versus Education

Tthe implied threat of federal lawsuits based on racial body count among students who have been disciplined means that hoodlums in the classroom seem to have a friend in Washington.

End Compulsory Education

Get the government out of education altogether, repeal all compulsory education laws, auction off all state or government schools (including universities), and return the educational custody and responsibility where they belong morally and politically: to parents.

Wimps Versus Barbarians

When the nationwide campus disruptions and violence of the 1960s gave way to quieter times in the 1970s, many academics congratulated themselves on having restored peace. But it was the peace of surrender.

Lessons by American Colleges on Hating America

Brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who are accused of setting the bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon, attended the University of Massachusetts. Maybe they hated our nation before college, but if you want lessons on hating America, college attendance might be a good start. Let’s look at it. “We need to think very, very […]

Religion, Education and The State

Northwest Rankin High School in Flowood, Mississippi is under fire for allegedly forcing its students to attend and listen to Christian lectures during three assemblies held in April alone. Worse yet, students were barred from leaving and teachers blocked the exits to prevent any of them from doing so. A lawsuit has been filed on […]

Is Thinking Obsolete?

Education is not merely neglected in many of our schools today, but is replaced to a great extent by ideological indoctrination.

Academic Cesspools

A rough rule of thumb to discover modern-day racism is to search a college’s website to see whether it has vice presidents or deans of diversity and diversity programs. If so, keep your money.

The Purpose of a LePort Education: A Child’s Personal Happiness

Throughout the ages, cultures have held different positions on the core purpose of education. Some have seen education as a means to preparing children for war (Sparta), or preparing them for a monastic life (middle ages), or getting them ready for factory work (late 19th century). Intellectuals have argued that education should be aimed at […]

Tests and Tiger Moms

Whole generations of black young people can continue to go down the drain because their fate carries less weight than fashionable racial rhetoric.

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