Self-Identified “Compelling Interests” are Not a License to Discriminate

To what extent can a selective educational institution advantage certain racial groups in admissions decisions without discriminating against other groups simultaneously? How can said institutions balance external demands for fairness … Continue reading “Self-Identified “Compelling Interests” are Not a License to Discriminate”






The Higher Education Battle in Idaho: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Smokescreens 

We are living in an era of unprecedented pressure for ideological conformity within institutions of higher education. Idaho’s Legislature has led the way toward reforming public universities through budgetary controls. … Continue reading “The Higher Education Battle in Idaho: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Smokescreens “


Math Teachers are Taught that Elementary Math Education is a “Struggle for Justice”

Does the average person have any idea what is now considered “normal” in the field of K-12 education? I already had some misgivings after reading Jay Schalin’s devastating review of … Continue reading “Math Teachers are Taught that Elementary Math Education is a “Struggle for Justice””