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Perry Glanzer
by | Apr 12, 2012

National Lampoon’s Animal House, a well-known 1978 movie celebrating college hedonism appears quite ancient these days. For instance, the idea of a Dean of Students attempting to control the exploits of the “animals” when it comes to sexual activity remains…

by | Apr 5, 2011

Numerous American parents experience this dilemma. Their child is struggling for any number of reasons in the local public school. They would like to give their child a chance in another environment. However, they cannot afford to move or choose…

by | Sep 14, 2010

Once again I received a note home from my son’s school about President Obama’s address to school kids. Since Obama has now made this questionable practice a tradition, I’d like to suggest what Obama should say. Unlike those who might…

by | Sep 23, 2009

In my study of education, one of the most common assumptions I find among scholars is that public educational institutions do a better job of providing a liberal education, one that helps students think critically about different worldviews, than other…

by | Sep 11, 2009

In my study of America’s system of higher education, I have never seen it compared to health care. Thus, when reading President Obama’s health care speech last night, I was surprised to find him making reference to higher education to…

by | Sep 21, 2007

This week Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez threatened to take away a cherished right of parents in his country — the right to direct their child’s education. Of course, Chavez did not directly threaten this right. Like most state authorities, he…

by | Oct 9, 2006

Imagine the local librarian telling your teenager, “If you and your friends reserve a room and use our Internet connection to view pornography, the library will not interfere. Please remember, however, that you cannot hold a religious worship service in…

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