Less than half of Americans can name all three branches of government.
Author: Glenn C. Altschuler and David Wippman, opinion contributors
What Americans don’t know about other countries does hurt us
America’s national security and economic competitiveness are at risk.
What colleges are up against if the Supreme Court bans affirmative action
At highly selective institutions, the elimination of affirmative action has led to sharp declines in percentages of students from underrepresented groups.
Park the snowplow: Parents need to let first-year college students grow
College is an opportunity for students to grow emotionally as well as academically.
Speaking up about college presidents speaking out
Today’s presidents have good reasons to exercise restraint.
Getting off the Title IX roller coaster
It’s time for a different approach.
Colleges should do more to slow down ‘fast thinking’
Institutions of higher education have a special obligation to resist the temptation to jump to conclusions and recommend remedies without adequate review.
Remaining monolingual is a surefire way for America to fall behind
We encourage parents to make language instruction for their children a priority.