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EDUCATION: Not only “America’s Shame”

While I agree with the concept of the Chronicle’s point that universities should include a more globally caring image in areas of what is taught in “anthropology, cultural studies, economics, ethics and sociology,” it does make one look deeper into … Continue reading

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EDUCATION: An Interesting Proposal

From Steve Sailer’s perspective on a Louis Soares article: But, here’s a reform for making some degree of “college attainment” more feasible, one that I’ve never seen suggested before: Why shouldn’t four year colleges give out two year Associates of … Continue reading

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