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'This is more than just an unfortunate trend. When our brightest young college graduates, especially those who reflect the increasing diversity found in our public schools, eschew teaching we need to ask why.'
This film is about a physics teacher who uses wacky experiments to teach children about the universe, but it is a simple lecture that leaves the greatest impression on his students each year.
'The image of students concerned only with the micro frustrations of everyday life as opposed to “real” issues bears no relation to the real students I encounter at colleges and universities.'
Is an upcoming Supreme Court case a strike for individual rights or a deceptive attack on teachers unions?
The Supreme Court will soon hear arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a lawsuit with major implications for the future of organized labor.
What factors does the report cite to explain the steep drop in Mexican migrants coming to the United States?
Shortly after university leaders and protesters reach agreement on demands to improve the racial climate on campus, an alert goes out about threatened violence
Students ended a 32-hour sit-in that started amid racial tension and focused on the use of former President Woodrow Wilson’s name in the university’s public spaces.
Defaced images of law professors outrage students and faculty and touch off a day of words about racial injustice at the school.
Although Democrats and Republicans agreed that the law had led to overly punitive stakes, Congress had been unable to come to an accord on replacing it.
Students said they want more college preparation, counseling and better facilities for alternative schools.
Protesters continue to occupy Princeton president's office, as they press for removal of Woodrow Wilson's name from buildings
Among their demands: Princeton should "recognize the racist legacy" of President Woodrow Wilson, a famous alumnus, and remove his name from buildings.