Peter Berkowitz, the Tad and Dianne Taube Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, discusses whether or not students at the University of California are receiving a biased and compromised education from activist professors.
Dean Martha Minow flunks the test...
In high-cost urban areas, many professors are having a tough time leading a comfortable middle-class life...
In an effort to restore the teaching of our nation's founding principles at colleges and universities and produce the next generation of professors prepared to effectively teach America's history and institutions, new academic centers of excellence are now active at the University of Chicago; University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Texas, Austin; and Emory University...
In the midst of the Great Recession California students protest in favor of themselves. . . .
Peter Berkowitz on Education’s End: Why Our Colleges and Universities Have Given Up on the Meaning of Life by Anthony T. Kronman
The education lobby argues that, if we flood public schools with money, the performance of our students will improve. Will it? Hoover media fellow Peter Brimelow looks at the evidence—and discovers that the educators have their math wrong.
T.J. Rodgers does not seem pleased, his gelid stare intensifying at a recent project meeting...
The left-leaning faction that dominates American higher education doesn't take kindly to strangers -- particularly those who challenge the prevailing academic orthodoxies...
The outgoing Stanford president reflects on the founding, and the future, of a truly great university.
In this episode of Uncommon Knowledge, Peter interviews Hoover senior fellows and members of Hoover’s Task Force on K–12 Education Paul Peterson and Rick Hanushek on education in the United States compared to the rest of the world.
Even in America's fractious conservative movement, you don't often see William F. Buckley Jr. and George Will facing off on opposite sides of an issue...
In 2004 Cypress Semiconductor chief executive officer T.J. Rodgers waged a successful insurgent campaign -- the first in 24 years -- for election to the Dartmouth board against three candidates selected by the alumni council nominating committee...
The New Yorker has chosen to welcome the new decade by publishing an obituary: 45 years after the founding of the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley, the magazine lets us know in its Jan. 4 issue, the campus protest movement is dead. . . .
Stephen H. Haber, the Helen and Peter Bing Senior Fellow at Hoover and the A. A. and Jeanne Welch Milligan Professor in Stanford’s Department of Political Science, was announced as the recipient of the 2012 Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize at Stanford University. This is the second major teaching award Haber received during graduation week; at the graduation ceremony, Haber accepted the Walter G. Gores Teaching Award.
The following Hoover fellows and task force members are part of a broad group of educators, business people, and labor leaders who oppose the call for a nationalized curriculum for public schools across the nation.
Click here to read the entire statement and view the signatories.
The 11th US secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, talks about how she’s empowering students and parents to find the best education through her school choice proposal.
Why is the quality of teachers so low? Just try getting rid of a bad one. Hoover media fellow Peter Schweizer explains.
Students turn protest into another form of narcissism. By Peter Robinson.
An ‘agency fee’ levied on those who refuse to join a union isn’t popular in schools or with the public.