Like any good race-baiter, professor Carol Anderson knows the easiest way to demonize people or ideas in polarized America is to brand them as racist, so she’s unsheathed that trusty weapon to attack the Second Amendment.
There's no need to worry about that ‘racist’ trigonometry, at least in Virginia, because the state is eliminating advanced math courses for all students prior to the 11th grade, all in the name of equity.
Facing public backlash over its alleged cancellation of Dr. Seuss over concern that his stories and illustrations are racist, a Virginia school district denied it banned the author but said it deprioritized his books.
A New York City school administrator has been promoted to chancellor despite recent allegations by fired superintendents that she tried to force them to perform “Wakanda Forever” salutes to "black power."
Five professors at the University of Arizona have launched a virtual reality project to show what it's like to experience anti-black racism, providing yet another tool to help push academia's social narratives.
Schoolteachers have agreed to return to classrooms in Chicago, ending one of the most high-profile battles to get unions to go along with reopening schools shuttered amid the Covid-19 pandemic, but the deal comes with strings.
The US Department of Justice has dropped a lawsuit against Yale University for allegedly discriminating against Asian and white applicants, signaling the Biden administration’s intent to protect affirmative action programs.
Former Facebook executive Alex Stamos likened Republicans in Congress to ISIS supporters and argued that conservative voices such as OANN and Newsmax must be quieted to return Americans to "consensual reality."
Not content to demand that political enemies be disbarred and banned from campus, Harvard University students are petitioning for the degrees of Senator Ted Cruz and others who challenged the 2020 election results to be revoked.