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As was shown in the first article in this series, “diversity, equity, and inclusion” is a misleading term, indicating a radical political agenda rather than a set of ethical principles.
As was shown in the first article in this series, “diversity, equity, and inclusion” is a misleading term, indicating a radical political agenda rather than a set of ethical principles.
 
In the fall, many K-12 school districts made the difficult decision to move instruction online.
 
The Department of Education's method for awarding college students financial aid has many perverse effects
The Department of Education's method for awarding college students financial aid has many perverse effects
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that attendance at North Carolina's state parks set a new record in 2015. More than 17.3 million people visited the state's 39 parks, up from 15.6 million the previous year, according to the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that attendance at North Carolina's state parks set a new record in 2015. More than 17.3 million people visited the state's 39 parks, up from 15.6 million the previous year, according to the N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation.
 
America needs a better-educated work force - but President Obama's plan for "free" community college is not the way to get it.
America needs a better-educated work force - but President Obama's plan for "free" community college is not the way to get it.
 
Politicians who run for office always look for issues they thin will get them votes. I suspect if you could accurately assess it, the high school "dropout" rate might well be one of the top issues non-incumbents have chosen to run "against" over the last half century or so.
Politicians who run for office always look for issues they thin will get them votes. I suspect if you could accurately assess it, the high school "dropout" rate might well be one of the top issues non-incumbents have chosen to run "against" over the last half century or so.
 
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