Education
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September 30th, 2022
By: Nate Hochman – nationalreview.com – September 29, 2022 Judge James C. Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit announced Thursday that he would no longer be hiring law clerks from Yale Law School and urged other judges to follow suit. In a keynote address to the Kentucky Chapters Conference of the Federalist Society, titled “Agreeing...
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September 27th, 2022
joe biden shaking fist
If the court accepts that this constitutes a legitimate injury, the rest is likely to follow.
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September 21st, 2022
Vanderbilt University
The governor of Tennessee is calling for an investigation into Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s Pediatric Transgender Clinic following viral tweets exposing alarming attitudes toward transgender surgeries and procedures for children.  
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September 9th, 2022
graduation mortar board on pile of money
Here’s a modest proposal: Colleges and universities should draw from their own endowments to provide student loans before that obligation is foisted off on taxpayers.
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September 9th, 2022
graduation caps fly
Too many schools use this time of year to censor student graduation speeches.
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September 8th, 2022
kids in school on cellphones
By  Jeremy Adams – DailyWire.com – September 2022 It has taken a while for most thoughtful educators to finally arrive at the conclusion that phones need to be banned in the classroom—no middle ground, no nuance, no appeasement. Classrooms would be transformed overnight and our children might just rediscover what they can achieve if they are not perpetually distracted.  Last week,...
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September 6th, 2022
School Closed - sign
Critics of the pandemic school closures have been vindicated. They warned the closures would cause serious, possibly irreversible, developmental retardation. They warned of severe learning loss.
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September 6th, 2022
2 graduates walk across paved plaza
By: Ben Sasse – theatlantic.com – May 31, 2022 American higher education is the envy of the world, and it’s also failing our students on a massive scale. How can both be true simultaneously? Our decentralized, competitive system of research institutions is a national treasure, unparalleled in human history. We have the best universities, best professors, and best systems of...
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September 6th, 2022
Rather than wiping the slate clean on student debt, Washington should take a hard look at reforming a broken system. Source: How to Fix American Higher Ed – The Atlantic
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September 2nd, 2022
Medical school students recite oath
Thirty-six of the top 50 med schools ask applicants about their commitment to DEI, the report found.
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