Education


Bush and the Budget: Life in the Balance

By Gus Tyler

Are federal budget deficits good or bad? It all depends.This question is evoked by what is happening in Washington right now, i.e., the federal deficit is growing by the billions. When President Clinton left office, the budget was pretty much in balance. Indeed, it was one of the few moments in the long history of the United States that this wasRead More


Instructor Beats Back Free-Speech Challenge

A college instructor in California will return to his teaching position later this month after he was barred from campus over a confrontation with Muslim students in his class.The four-month-long suspension of political science instructor Ken Hearlson from his position at Orange Coast College triggered a national debate about free speech in higherRead More


Israel Explained in ‘Education Month’

An online tour of Masada, visits from kibbutz-based educators and a package of documentary and experimental films are among the highlights of the first Israel Education Month, a national campaign that runs through February 16.The campaign hopes to attract a new, young, Web-savvy group to engage in Israel-related activities, accordingRead More


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