Charles Murray manages to give a talk at a major university. It can be done, folks.
Not mentioned is this possibility: it's the parents/guardians' job not the school's job.
Not the way I did it, but if it works, good for him.
Pro: "Demanding Kinder Classrooms Doesn't Make You a Snowflake: Students don’t need to get better at dealing with the real world—professors do".
I make it Con wins by a second-round KO.
I don't know if this will generalize--I tend to doubt it--but if it does, it will bring most of the worst SJW junk on campuses to a butt-grinding halt.
It's about time.
With more schooling options available, millions of parents are choosing non-traditional education options for their children.
Some Penn law school professors go nuts over something one of their colleagues, Amy Wax, recently wrote. Where, pray tell, is the much-vaunted academic "collegiality"?
Here's hoping Professor Wax sticks to her guns. Since she's been at this a good long while now, I think she will.
Here's a follow up.
"Brains are overrated. We all know people who breeze through life - too stupid to realise they're thick"
Interesting, but I don't think "brains are overrated". Success in K-12 schooling is.
It's in "data, economics, and development policy" and it sounds like Esther Duflo is involved.
Good news for North Carolina, not so good news for the rest of the U.S. What's up, rest of the states?