The Politicization of University Schools of Education: The Long March through the Education Schools

Education schools have become one of the most politicized corners of academia, and The Politicization of University Schools of Education: The Long March through the Education Schools reveals the extent of that politicization using two approaches. One is historical and operates at the theoretical level, showing how education schools were ideological from the start and became … Continue reading “The Politicization of University Schools of Education: The Long March through the Education Schools”


Time to Break the Mold for UNC Presidents

The sudden departure of Margaret Spellings from the presidency of the University of North Carolina system presents a unique opportunity to address academia’s most serious problem. The problem is intellectual, not operational or economic. Recent UNC presidents have focused on issues such as access, efficiency, and economic development, as did Spellings. All of these require … Continue reading “Time to Break the Mold for UNC Presidents”