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Maggie DeJong to Newsmax: Colleges 'Can Ban Student' for Having 'Different Views'
Post Date: 2023-08-08 00:58:37 by Charles_Byrd
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The student who sued her college claiming that her free speech was censored over a classroom discussion on race, Marxism, and other topics told Newsmax on Monday that schools "can ban students from fully engaging" if they have "different views." Maggie DeJong, a student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, told "National Report" in an interview, "I was in my final semester of my three-year graduate program for art therapy, counseling, and learning to be an art therapist. Click for Full Text!

Learn Your A-B-CCPs: China Spent $17 Million Funding U.S. Schools
Post Date: 2023-08-07 02:26:27 by Charles_Byrd
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A group called “Parents Defending Education” has released a scathing report called “Little Red Classrooms: China’s Infiltration of American K- 12 Schools,” which details how China is funding various schools in the U.S., many of them near military bases. Click for Full Text!

Little Red Classrooms
Post Date: 2023-08-07 02:24:28 by Charles_Byrd
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According to a National Association of Scholars report, Confucius Institutes, and its K-12 programming called Confucius Classrooms, are “centers that teach Chinese language and culture.” Confucius programming creates a partnership between K-12 schools, universities or nonprofits, and a Chinese government entity. Click for Full Text!

These Student Loan Borrowers Are Refusing to Pay Their Bills
Post Date: 2023-08-06 00:39:24 by Charles_Byrd
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Federal student loan bills return in October. But a growing chorus of borrowers say they simply can’t, or won't pay. That includes Amanda Acevedo, 37, who is raising three kids on a radiographer’s salary and has $40,000 in student debt. For the past three years, she and millions of other Americans didn’t need to worry about student loans after payments were paused at the start of the pandemic. The forbearance allowed her to pay off credit card debt and save for a down payment on a house in Orlando. Click for Full Text!

Baptist University in West Virginia on the Brink of Closure
Post Date: 2023-08-02 21:08:30 by Charles_Byrd
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Alderson Broaddus University (ABU), a Baptist school in West Virginia, finds itself in the middle of a significant financial crisis and is on the brink of shutting down. This week, during an emergency meeting of West Virginia’s Higher Education Policy Commission and other state officials, the decision was made to pull its authorization while also preparing an order that calls for the school to wind down operations. Click for Full Text!

End of an Era? The King’s College Halts Courses, Lays Off Faculty
Post Date: 2023-08-02 20:51:48 by Charles_Byrd
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The King’s College in New York City is no longer offering courses in the upcoming fall semester, is laying off its entire faculty and is closing its current chapter according to the board of trustees, staff interviews and updates from the school’s accreditor. Click for Full Text!

Three Liberal College Professors to Undergo First Amendment Training
Post Date: 2023-07-31 23:35:02 by Charles_Byrd
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As part of a court settlement, three liberal college professors at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) will undergo training in basic First Amendment rights by lawyers from Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF). The settlement also requires that SIUE revise its rules and student handbook to prevent future instances of the gross infringement of First Amendment rights of a grad student that occurred in 2022. The school will also pay $80,000 in damages.

Tennessee Public School Sued After Suspending A Student Over Instagram Memes
Post Date: 2023-07-22 00:25:47 by Charles_Byrd
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Last year, a Tennessee high school suspended a junior for three days as punishment for a series of playful Instagram posts lampooning the principal. According to a new lawsuit, that suspension was unconstitutional. Referred to in the lawsuit as I.P., the student, who attends Tullahoma High School in Tullahoma, Tennessee, made several Instagram posts while off campus. The posts were humorous depictions of Jason Quick, the school's principal. The photos, according to the student, were intended to lampoon Quick's reputation as a strict and humorless administrator. For example, In one post, a photo of Quick holding a box of produce has the text "my brotha" added to it. In ...

Stanford president resigns over manipulated research, will retract at least three papers
Post Date: 2023-07-22 00:23:15 by Charles_Byrd
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Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne will resign effective Aug. 31, according to communications released by the University Wednesday morning. He will also retract or issue lengthy corrections to five widely cited papers for which he was principal author after a Stanford-sponsored investigation found “manipulation of research data.” According to Jerry Yang, chair of the Stanford Board of Trustees, Tessier- Lavigne will step down “in light of the report and its impact on his ability to lead Stanford.” Former Dean of Humanities Richard Saller will serve as interim president. In a separate statement, Tessier-Lavigne defended his reputation but acknowledged that issues ...

School board votes to inform parents about student gender transitions
Post Date: 2023-07-21 18:51:32 by Charles_Byrd
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A California school district voted Thursday to require that school officials notify parents if their child wants to change their gender. The Chino Valley Unified School District (CVSUD) voted 4-1 to approve a policy that requires school employees to inform parents within three days if their child wants to identify as a gender that is different from their biological sex, or asks to be referred to as a different name than their legal name. Dozens of parents spoke in favor of and against the policy, with some saying that they wanted their children to be protected and others saying it would harm transgender children. Click for Full Text!

74 Percent of College Students Support Snitching on Professors Who Make 'Offensive' Statements
Post Date: 2023-07-21 18:42:07 by Charles_Byrd
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According to a new survey, a majority of college students believe that professors who say something "offensive" should be reported to the university. The survey, from researchers at North Dakota State University, found that 74 percent of students overall supported reporting professors for offensive statements. While a majority of students from all political persuasions agreed with reporting professors, a higher percentage of liberal students were in favor; 81 percent of liberal students supported reporting professors, while only 53 percent of conservative students supported it. Click for Full Text!

West Point head dodges question about race-based admissions
Post Date: 2023-07-20 19:14:17 by Charles_Byrd
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The superintendent for the U.S. Military Academy at West Point defended racial admissions goals while denying that the academy has quotas for race or gender at a hearing Wednesday. Indiana Rep. Jim Banks pressed Lt. Gen. Steven Gilland on the difference between a “quota” and a “preference” in admissions at a hearing on diversity, standards and freedom of thought at military academies, but the Army service academy superintendent did not answer the question. Instead, he defended the academy’s diversity goals after Banks revealed a West Point report describing “race-based composition goals” that Republicans have described as divisive and distracting from ...

Ivy-league dean who berated conservative federal judge resigns
Post Date: 2023-07-20 19:02:51 by Charles_Byrd
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A Stanford University administrator who berated a conservative federal judge who visited the campus on March 9 has resigned from her post, according to an email sent out to Stanford Law School (SLS) students and staff. Tirien Steinbach, SLS’s Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, was widely criticized for intervening in a left-wing protest against Kyle Duncan, a judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, during an appearance hosted by the law school’s chapter of the Federalist Society. Following widespread criticism of her conduct, Steinbach apparently resigned from her position at Stanford, per an email that SLS Dean Jenny Martinez sent to ...

Texas A&M interim dean resigns after university backtracks on hiring professor to revive journalism program
Post Date: 2023-07-20 18:44:37 by Charles_Byrd
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The interim dean of Texas A&M’s College of Arts and Sciences announced on Monday he will step down from his role following the botched hiring of renowned journalism professor Kathleen O. McElroy amid conservative backlash. “I feel in the light of controversy surrounding recent communications with Dr. Kathleen McElroy that this is the best thing that I can do to preserve the great things that we have achieved over the last year in creating the College of Arts and Sciences at Texas A&M,” José Luis Bermúdez said in the statement released Monday evening. “My continuation in this role would be a needless distraction as you all continue the work that we ...

Brickbat: I'm Gonna Be Sick
Post Date: 2023-07-17 18:40:43 by Charles_Byrd
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An Indiana teacher facing charges of neglect of a dependent and failure to report has given up her teaching license. The Brownsburg Police Department say Sara Seymour, who taught at Brown Elementary School, forced a 7-year- old student with special needs to eat his own vomit. Debra Kanipe, an instructional aide, was also charged with neglect of a dependent and failure to report. Click for Full Text!

University Repeals Reprimand against Professor Who Failed Student for Saying ‘Biological Women’
Post Date: 2023-07-10 19:24:43 by Charles_Byrd
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The University of Cincinnati has repealed its reprimand against a gender studies professor who gave a student a zero on her project proposal about transgender athletes competing in women’s sports because it included the phrase “biological women.” Click for Full Text!

'Marxist Lesbian' Library Chief Troubles Mont. Official
Post Date: 2023-07-08 01:20:15 by Charles_Byrd
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Montana State Library Commissioner Tom Burnett on Thursday suggested that his organization formally separate from the American Library Association due to concerns about its president, self-proclaimed "Marxist lesbian" Emily Drabinski, the Daily Montanan reported. "If we are reliant upon a private organization for critical services, that is subsidiary to our … obligations, and we should not be shy of dismissing them," Burnett said during the commission's meeting where he proposed the group send a letter to the ALA to withdraw its membership. Click for Full Text!

Affirmative Action Ruling Starts Affecting Scholarships
Post Date: 2023-07-07 02:36:43 by Charles_Byrd
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The Supreme Court's decision on affirmative action in college admissions has begun affecting scholarships, with universities in at least two states saying they will no longer consider race when awarding the funding. In the wake of the court's ruling that race-based admissions policies are unconstitutional, the University of Kentucky and the University of Missouri system announced that they would drop race as a factor in scholarship programs. Though the court did not address scholarships, other schools are expected to follow, as many face pressure to change. Click for Full Text!

Is This the End of the Ivy League Nepo Baby?
Post Date: 2023-07-07 02:25:43 by Charles_Byrd
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On Monday, a civil rights group filed a complaint to the Department of Education challenging legacy preferences in college admissions, arguing that the policy discriminates against black, Hispanic, and Asian-American students by privileging the children of alumni and donors, who are mostly white. In the wake of last week's Supreme Court decision striking down race-based affirmative action in college admissions, the group argues that legacy admissions policies similarly violate civil rights laws banning race-based discrimination. However, it's unclear whether the group's challenge can pass legal muster. Click for Full Text!

Race-based scholarships being dropped after court's ruling against affirmation action
Post Date: 2023-07-07 01:54:27 by Charles_Byrd
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Some universities are seeking to eliminate scholarships for minorities after the Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action banned using race in admissions decisions. The legality of scholarships offered exclusively to minority students was not addressed by the Supreme Court in its recent ruling. Despite the uncertainty regarding the status of these scholarships, the University of Missouri system and the University of Kentucky announced plans to do away with race-based awarding of financial aid. Click for Full Text!

Missouri May Jail Parents If Children Miss School
Post Date: 2023-07-05 01:15:54 by Charles_Byrd
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The Missouri Supreme Court will rule on whether two single mothers were rightfully sentenced to time in prison after their children missed multiple days of school, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. The parents, Caitlyn Williams and Tamarae LaRue, are suing over the state's compulsory school attendance law, which says that parents can face jail time if their children fail to regularly attend school. Williams was sentenced to seven days in jail after her six-year-old daughter missed 16 days of school during the 2021-2022 school year, while LaRue was sentenced to 15 days in jail, later changed to two years of probation, after her six-year-old son missed 13 days of ...

Colleges eye new rankings to dodge Supreme ruling on race-based admissions
Post Date: 2023-07-03 17:48:01 by Charles_Byrd
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Universities are considering “adversity scores” to dodge a recent ruling from the Supreme Court which blocked the use of race-based admissions policies, according to the New York Times. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Harvard University and the University of North Carolina’s use of affirmative action admissions policies were unconstitutional. Recently, at least 20 higher education institutions have requested more information on the University of California (UC) Davis School of Medicine’s socioeconomic disadvantage scale, or S.E.D., which considers a student’s socioeconomic background, such as their parent’s income and whether they come from an ...

What the gift of fatherhood has taught me about life
Post Date: 2023-06-26 01:16:08 by Charles_Byrd
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I come to you today in honor of Father’s Day to share my own experiences and lessons of being a father and now grandfather. I hope my personal reflection brings you comfort and joy as we take this time to celebrate fathers and the important role they have for each of our families. If you do a search for “fatherhood” in the LifeSiteNews search a total of 394 articles is returned. And that only scratches the surface. There are many other articles we have published relating in some way to the essential role of fathers for children and a stable family life. We have always understood it to be a topic of great importance for individuals and for the overall health of society. ...

‘The Most Potent Moral Force’: In Tribute to Fathers
Post Date: 2023-06-26 01:14:16 by Charles_Byrd
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Today is Fathers’ Day, a day to celebrate our fathers and grandfathers and also, to a lesser degree, any of the men who have played important roles in our lives. Gen. Douglas MacArthur once said, “By profession, I am a soldier and take great pride in that fact, but I am also prouder, infinitely prouder, to be a father. A soldier destroys in order to build; the father only builds, never destroys.” Click for Full Text!

The Test Scores Just Came Out
Post Date: 2023-06-23 18:18:12 by Charles_Byrd
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The New York Times has a headline today that reads, “What the New, Low Test Scores for 13-Year-Olds Say About U.S. Education Now.” It’s one of those headlines that makes the article itself almost superfluous. Click for Full Text!

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