Post Tagged with: "education"

By Whose Authority are Public Colleges ‘Creating an Engaged and Inclusive Society’?

By Whose Authority are Public Colleges ‘Creating an Engaged and Inclusive Society’?

By whose authority? That is one of those critical questions that seems to never be asked in our day. It not only needs to be asked, I want to show you that is our duty and obligation as Christians to be asking this question rooted in a Christian world view.

Read more ›
Modern ‘Diversity’ is A Lie

Modern ‘Diversity’ is A Lie

The current shibboleth that is widely touted and accepted without question today is the claim that diversity is a value to be embraced by all. In fact diversity in many quarters is being forced upon hapless students in the educational institutions of our land. But upon closer examination, it is not true diversity that is being advocated.

Read more ›
Modern Education (Indoctrination): The Making of Slaves

Modern Education (Indoctrination): The Making of Slaves

It has been documented that former slave and abolitionist Harriet Tubman said, “I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew that they were slaves.” What a powerful statement. Yet, how true it is.

Read more ›
The central courtyard of the Haas School of Business on the UC Berkeley campus in Berkeley, California. ({Photo credit: BrokenSphere)

A Berkeley professor who understands his job

What is Alan Ross’s secret? His “new” model restores the university to what it is supposed to be and once was: about learning, not politics. Students take a final exam that tests what they have learned from the wide variety of ideas they have heard in the course of the semester, which determines whether they pass the course.

Read more ›
Why America Needs Family Controlled Education

Why America Needs Family Controlled Education

When flying home from my recent travels where I had the opportunity to share at homeschool conventions in South Carolina and Nebraska, I was perusing the headlines where I saw a school in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, that recently issued 500 suspension notices (nearly ½ the student body) to students who had amassed too many unexcused absences from class.

Read more ›
Maj Gen Vander Hamm to Address JWC ScholarShare

Maj Gen Vander Hamm to Address JWC ScholarShare

John Witherspoon College in Rapid City, South Dakota is holding their fifth annual ScholarShare banquet entitled “A Dream Coming True” on April 27 at 6:30 pm at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn.

Read more ›
South Dakota Rep. Julie Frye-Mueller

Science a Hot Topic at Rapid City Legislative Crackerbarrel Meeting

During the legislative crackerbarrel meeting in Rapid City yesterday, South Dakota Rep. Julie Frye-Mueller brought up SB 55 which had been intended to allow teachers to discuss all sides of scientific inquiry which are aligned with the educational content standards already outlined in law. The bill passed the South Dakota Senate on Jan. 25, but was killed in the “Republican” supermajority House Education Committee three days ago.

Read more ›
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Feb 17-23

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Feb 17-23

This week’s good, bad and ugly. Included: businesses fire promoters of lawlessness, Education Secretary believes boys should be in your daughter’s restroom and locker room in school, illegal aliens get a pass, and Trump’s Labor nominee in a sex scandal.

Read more ›
University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

University Students, Protecting the First Amendment IS Intellectual

Winston Churchill made the statement, “Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry on as if nothing ever happened”. The First Amendment happens to be that truth for our American universities.

Read more ›
Democrats impede excellence in education

Democrats impede excellence in education

What is it about new Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos that so bothers Democrats that not a single Democratic Senator voted to confirm her, requiring Vice President Mike Pence to cast the deciding vote?

Read more ›