Harvard Department to Host pro-Hamas Author

An Ivy League institution has scheduled a pro-Hamas advocate to talk on campus. Harvard University has invited author Tareq Baconi to speak in Cambridge, Massachusetts....

Contracts Between U.S. Universities, China Total More Than $2 Billion: Investigation

American universities have entered more than $2.3 billion in contracts with China in the past decade amid on-going concerns about the influence of its...

Harvard, Stanford, MIT Get Fs for Addressing Antisemitism: Report

Few elite universities have effectively fought antisemitism, according to a Jewish advocacy group’s new report. Only two universities, Brandeis University and Elon University, received As...

Ann Arbor Public Schools Have a ‘Therian’ Student

Ann Arbor Public Schools student identifies as therian, “a species of non-human animal on every level except physical.” By Scott McClallen (The Center Square) – A...

Kansas K-12 Open Enrollment Law Will Benefit Students

Kansas K-12 open enrollment law will benefit students, but some policymakers want to roll it back. (Commentary) by Jude Schwalbach Kansas students’ public education options will...

Education Department’s Incompetence on Student Aid Hurts Millions – Commentary

Millions of students each year rely on student loans and grants to afford the rising cost of college. This year, that’s about 17 million...

Judge’s Ruling Leaves Thousands of Homeschooled Alaskans in Uncertainty

(The Center Square) - A ruling that declared state-funded allotments for the correspondence programs has some confused as to what it means for Alaska's...

School Choice Laws Advance in Five More States

School choice laws advance in five more states, and 11 states now have universal or near-universal private school choice laws, so far.  by Jude Schwalbach Last...

‘The Left is Eating Its Own’: An ‘Intersectional’ Atomic Bomb Hit a Local Public School in Amherst

A school district in Massachusetts is engulfed in tension following claims that two school counselors were involved in harmful encounters with transgender students, leading...

As Fentanyl Streams Over Wide-Open Border, Students Lead Effort to Combat Campus Overdoses – Commentary

Ten years ago, I had never heard the word “fentanyl.” Now, every sorority and fraternity on my college campus is equipped with Naloxone, also known by...

University of New Mexico Seeks ‘Decolonized’ Music Professor

University of New Mexico seeks ‘decolonized" music professor, Ohio State has  “anti-racist dance” instructor, UC Berkeley employs “social justice theatre practitioner.” by Anna Wascovich Share on...

Voting-Age Students Led to Polls by Chicago Teachers

Voting-age students were led to polls by Chicago teachers who backed a tax increase to fund programs for the homeless. By Eileen Griffin Chicago teachers took...

The Government Was Supposed to Simplify FAFSA. Instead They Created a Glitchy Fiasco – Commentary

This year, the Department of Education unveiled an updated, streamlined version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. The financial aid application is...

Seattle Public Schools Abolishes Gifted Students Programs

Seattle Public Schools abolishes all gifted and talented programs for students for equity reasons. By Eileen Griffin Government-run Seattle schools will eliminate all gifted and talented...

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S. T. Karnick is a senior fellow and director of publications for The Heartland Institute, where he edits Heartland Daily News.