Education

Education

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By Dr. Amanda Glaze It was good news for Alabama's students when the state board of education voted unanimously to adopt a new set of...

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By Chelsea Whyte and Lisa Grossman The March for Science is set for tomorrow, when thousands are expected to descend on the National Mall in...

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By Lawrence Krauss Shortly after the inauguration of Donald Trump as President, it was announced that a March for Science would be held Washington DC...

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By Hemant Mehta We’ve seen public schools in which coaches participate in prayers. And schools where there are prayers over the loudspeakers before football games....

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By Lawrence M. Krauss Scientists throughout the country across a wide spectrum of fields, from biochemists to physicists, are bemoaning the potentially devastating impact on...

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By Anne McLaughlin, Alicia McGill, and Matt Shipman A recent study by North Carolina State University researchers finds that teaching critical thinking skills in a humanities course significantly...

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By Julie Beck “I remember looking at her and thinking, ‘She’s totally lying.’ At the same time, I remember something in my mind saying, ‘And...

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By Herb Silverman In 1986 Jeff Sessions, current nominee for attorney general, was nominated and rejected for a position in Alabama’s district court, primarily for...

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By Conor Friedersdorf Professor Keith Humphreys of Stanford University does not believe that speech is threatened on America’s campuses. He’s never perceived a meaningful threat...

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Author and Observer writer Robert McCrum loves a good list. Thus he has crafted a definitive selection of essential works of non-fiction, classic titles...