Some years ago, a Catholic prep school invited me to address its parents’ association on the future of Catholic education.
A senior academic at Edinburgh University, Neil Thin, Ph.D., who teaches social anthropology, has been suspended by the university from what are called "student-facing activities," formerly known as teaching. . .
Sohrab Ahmari was born in Tehran and, at 13, immigrated with his family to the United States.
There are key things that Catholic educators should — and should not — do to address hot-button topics like race, gender, and equity.
Children are afraid to challenge the repressive ideology that rules our school. That's why I am.