George Washington University has given 23 student groups, including a number of female-led student groups, until December to amend their club constitutions to comply with the school’s nondiscrimination policy.
The Fairfax Education Association, which represents employees for Virginia’s Fairfax County Public School system, recently demanded that the school stay closed until August 2021.
“Like many other universities, the University of Wisconsin–Madison regularly communicates the idea that bias is widespread and that most members of the campus community engage in discriminatory behaviors. This message is inconsistent with the findings reported in this article.”
In a forthcoming curriculum program on Christian leadership, Christian colleges are partnering with an unexpected source: non-Christians.
The San Francisco Unified School District may soon change the names of over 40 schools because of their connections to “slavery, genocide [and] oppression.”
A controversial Chinese national security law now has some American universities scrambling to protect their students, allowing some to submit work anonymously to evade law enforcement.
The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Wake Forest University this fall is offering a “racist and anti-racist uses of math and statistics class” in an effort to combat racism within the discipline of mathematics and the math department itself, according to the scholar who created it.
Faculty at Cornell University’s English Department have voted to change the department’s name so as to avoid the “conflation of English as a language and English as a nationality.”
Several years ago, colleges concerned about racism on campus began setting up what they called “Bias Response Teams” — online systems where students and professors could anonymously report one another for perceived bias relating to race, ethnicity, sexual identity, or otherwise.
In the recent presidential and vice presidential debates, Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris refused to answer where they stand on adding seats to the Supreme Court.