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Accusations by right-wing Zionists of anti-Semitism at the University of California, Irvine, are suspect at best.

As Columbia University goes forward with controversial plans to expand into Harlem, alumni mark the fortieth anniversary of explosive student protests.

The politics of tenure at Barnard and beyond.

What do burqas, Osama and fascism have to do with six hours of man-free exercise time at Harvard?

To view education as a profit-making business is to attack the lifelong love of learning.

A principled academic gets ground up in the media hypocrisy machine.

Why is the intellectual agenda of English departments being set by teenagers?

Surveillance 101: Big Brother goes to college.

When a strait-laced Princeton student claimed he was attacked by liberal thugs, the conservative establishment rallied around him--until it turned out to be a lie.

Today's military members face red tape, false advertising and multiple deployments. What happened to the promises of the original GI Bill?

Blogs

The GOP sees no need for positive messaging. Just make them dislike Obama.

June 27, 2012

After the news broke that the NYPD had been monitoring them, NYU's Islamic Student Association gathered to demand the university president condemn the operation.

June 26, 2012

A university press is placed on the chopping block while the school’s head coach is paid nearly seven times its annual operation cost.

June 20, 2012

On Tuesday, the secretary of education spoke bluntly about our nation’s values.

June 14, 2012

Mitt blames Obama for rising tuitions, but ignores the role of federal student aid in reducing its burden on families. 

May 8, 2012

Mitt is trying to appeal to Millenials, and some of them could dig it. 

April 30, 2012

Would the European high school apprenticeship model work in the United States?

April 19, 2012

The beloved education theorist talks about Teach for America, the intelligence of poor children, and how her own work has been misinterpreted. 

March 19, 2012

Santorum has a chance in Ohio because he appeals more to working-class voters than Romney. But his blue-collar roots are a myth. 

March 5, 2012

A Harper's journalist recently went undercover as a University of Phoenix student. What he found was an "education" that was anything but--and a prime example of how the 1 percent are profiting off the less fortunate. 

February 16, 2012