Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Questions Universities Should Answer

Following the lead of Discriminations (see blogroll at left), I questioned whether any scientific evidence exists that justifies the push towards so-called diversity on university campuses. Then I linked to the EIA (see blogroll at left) post which questioned the (non-existent) links between political arguments in education and student achievement. For a three-fer I'll link to the eminent Victor Davis Hanson, who has some questions that universities should answer about how far they've fallen from the ideal. (His post contains several shorter posts; I'm directing you only to the first, Cry The Once Beloved University.)

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