Colleges Reject Duty to Teach Liberty’s Framework

Though college leaders constantly remind the public about the value of a college degree, graduates sometimes leave without important knowledge. As Americans celebrate the 4th of July holiday, it’s a good time to reflect on just how little college students know about the Declaration of Independence and American history. The data are depressing. A 2016 … Continue reading “Colleges Reject Duty to Teach Liberty’s Framework”


Martin Center Summer Session

Our annual summer luncheon will feature Peter Wood, president of the National Association of Scholars, and will be held at the Dunhill Hotel in Charlotte, NC on Friday, June 30. Dr. Wood will discuss Making Citizens: How American Universities Teach Civics, a report published by the National Association of Scholars earlier this year. Making Citizens is a study … Continue reading “Martin Center Summer Session”


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Making Legal Education Great Again

Legal education has become a surprisingly regular topic of news media for several years now. Most of this commentary has focused on enrollment and matriculation problems, bar passage rates, accreditation standards, student debt, and the job market for recent graduates. These are pressing issues that raise vexing questions for law school administrators, and they warrant … Continue reading “Making Legal Education Great Again”