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Education articles feature analysis of education policy, universities, trends, and current events.

Including impacts on social life, public health, freedom of speech, and personal liberty.

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College Vaccine Mandates: Here to Stay?

College Vaccine Mandates: Here to Stay?

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In the fall of 2021, we began tracking over 800 of the “top” colleges and universities in the US that mandated Covid vaccines, and we continue to track each of those colleges offering daily updates as they slowly announce(d) the end of their mandates. Never did I think in 2024 there would be 70 colleges that refused to drop Covid vaccine mandates in favor of the prevailing science which so few in the medical establishment and in higher education will review, study, or endorse yet here we are. 

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The Final Countdown to CBDC

The Final Countdown to CBDC

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Though a work of fiction, this story draws inspiration from surveillance technologies that pervade our world today. If left unchecked, the scenario painted within this first chapter could become a hauntingly accurate reflection of life in the not-so-distant future. This book aims to shed light on the truth behind the tale, unearthing the grand designs to bring such a reality into existence—even in places like the United States. More importantly, the bulk of this book seeks to equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to combat this burgeoning tyranny. The time to act is now; the power to change the course of our future lies within our grasp.

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The Real Purge in Academia

The Real Purge in Academia

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We have certainly lived through the decline and fall of the older idea of the university. Now we may yet live to see the end of the university itself and its replacement by something else entirely. Reforms can work but the reform will not likely come from within the institutions. They must be imposed by alumni and perhaps legislatures. Or perhaps the rule of “Go woke, go broke” will eventually force a change. Regardless, the idea of learning itself will surely return. We are in the transition, and David Barnhizer is our Virgil to give us an outstanding tour of the wreckage left behind and perhaps even a path out of the darkness. 

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No Institution is Safe: DEI Thought Control in the Military

No Institution is Safe: DEI Thought Control in the Military

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Members of the medical community are the select few in the present-day military who can offer safe harbor to those exposed to unremitting propaganda. DEI is a scourge of the armed forces, and commanders should cultivate relationships with military medical and legal professionals to channel their efforts to challenge DEI programs at every level. 

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I, a Headteacher, Was Investigated by Counter-Terrorism Agencies

I, a Headteacher, Was Investigated by Counter-Terrorism Agencies

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My experience has compelled me to take my employer to the employment tribunal. My claims include discrimination, harassment, preventing me from making a protected disclosure, and constructive dismissal. Five days have now been allocated by a court for a hearing in November 2024.

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None So Blind: New York Wants Children Masked at Schools Again

None So Blind: New York Wants Children Masked at Schools Again

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New York City government’s worldview demands an unending alliance with “The Science™,” despite the “experts” involved in creating it being summarily discredited. Acknowledging that they misled the public would remove their unearned sense of superiority and obsessive dedication to pretending that progressive political views are “science” based.

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The New York Times Finally Admits to the Harm Done to Children

The New York Times Finally Admits to the Harm Done to Children

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If a normie like me could read and interpret the data available since March 2020 and know that not only would closed schools be incredibly harmful to the most vulnerable children, but that their risk from Covid was thousands of times less than an elderly person, then certainly the science desk at the New York Times should have been able to do so.

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A Solution to the Problem of Failed Public Schools

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The public schools in many (most?) parts of this country are indeed broken, and there’s no point in trying to “work within the system” to fix them. They’re too far gone. Meanwhile, our children are suffering. All children are suffering. Our only option is to bypass the “system” altogether, take matters into our own hands, and create our own schools, focused on excellence and open to everyone.

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Did Lockdowns Finish Off Public Schooling?

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The public schools cannot be fixed. The bureaucracy is over crowded. Union control is absolute. Awful ideas abound about everything. There is a tendency to rely on technology rather than time-tested fundamentals as the preferred solution to any problem. As a result, the amount of technology is overwhelming; The amount of basic reading, writing, and arithmetic – vastly underwhelming. 

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Chronic Absenteeism Worse in States That Closed Schools Longer

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This paper is exactly the type of analysis that is crucial to quantifying the effect of Covid Policy response on our children’s education. Unfortunately, it’s after the fact. Many warned of the devastating unintended consequences of school closures. Our politicized, polarized culture clouded the judgement of our education leaders when it really counted.

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Don’t Assume that Experts Know Something You Do Not 

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The “expert” class is nothing special in intelligence. If anything this is a clarion call to the general masses of the US to stop assuming the “experts” know something. You can use the same search engines as they do to learn facts, and together we far, far outstrip the intelligence of all the experts put together.

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