LONGVIEW, TX (FR) – The U.S. public education system is distributing Soviet propaganda in the guise of social studies textbooks. Sixth graders are learning that Siberia is a land of opportunity, and not the location of slave labor camps for…Read more
Recent test results have revealed that the average American student today has stronger skills in the school subjects of Math and English than the students of a generation ago. This is a result of the so-called “back-to-basics” movement which began…Read more
ALEDO, TX (FR) – How did the removal of voluntary prayer from the schools of the United States affect our nation as a whole? That question has been answered in detail by a research company in Texas which has gathered…Read more
The Advancement of Christ’s Kingdom through Academia “I Wisdom dwell with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inventions” (Proverbs 8:12). While many Christians of today are great thinkers, few are as notable as some of the great thinkers of…Read more
“After God had carried us safe to New England, and had builded our houses, provided necessaries for our livelihood, reared convenient places for God’s worship, and settled the civil government: one of the next things we longed for, and…Read more
Letter to The Forerunner I liked the picture you used on the last page of The Forerunner (September 1992, p.19) about abstinence. That issue is starting to get more media coverage than usual because the New York City public school’s…Read more
By Erin Doherty “There is not a shadow of right in the general government to intermeddle with religion. Its least interference with it would be most flagrant usurpation.” - James Madison President James Madison had faith that the American People…Read more
By Christina Hoff Sommers Associate Professor of Philosophy, Clark University Not very long ago, I published an article called “Ethics without Virtue” in which I criticized the way ethics is being taught in American colleges. I pointed out that there…Read more
Just when you thought it was safe to walk the halls of academia again, illiberal liberalism is beginning to regroup. Gerald Graff, a University of Chicago English professor has founded Teachers for a Democratic Culture. Graff says he is concerned…Read more
A U.S. News and World Report Special Issue (October 15, 1990) included an annual ranking of America’s best colleges. The system used to rank 1374 four-year colleges was based on a numerical score representing the quality of academic reputation, student…Read more
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