Getting clear about diversity and affirmative action

Education based on the premise of the uncompromising pursuit of truth will produce humility, mutual respect, ideals, excellence and diversity.

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Why does Randi Weingarten think more freedom is racism?

Since 1965, expenditures per student in our public schools have quadrupled with virtually no change in test scores.

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The promise of apprenticeships

Black youth ages 16-19 have an unemployment rate of 27.3 percent.

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A Berkeley professor who understands his job

When relativism takes over and we lose a sense that there is any absolute truth, everything becomes politics rather than learning.

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Democrats impede excellence in education

Teachers may love their public school system, but they certainly don't love the children in it trying to get an education.

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Trump's Mistaken Interest in HBCUs

How does more government money going into these institutions help further President Trump's promise to fix our inner cities?

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DeVos: Great Pick for Education Secretary

For those with the least power, the poor, parents are totally locked into failing schools controlled by bureaucrats and unions.

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Crucial religious freedom case arrives to Supreme Court

A loss of Scalia's conservative anchor would open the door for our nation's highest court to turn completely into a group of black-robed Hollywood scriptwriters.

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NAACP denies education civil rights

The real discrimination taking place is taking education choice away from black parents and forcing black children to remain in failing schools.

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The new Christian black leadership

Today the NAACP is part of the status quo and, despite its rhetoric, now fights to protect special interests.

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