Catholic schools, public universities, etc
Thomas Aquinas College president to retire
Michael McLean faced HHS mandate, Thomas fire, buying 700 adjacent acres, New England campus
After 11 years as president of Thomas Aquinas College, Dr. Michael F. McLean has announced that he will retire in 2022, with plans to return fulltime to the classroom.
California public schools are embarking on a new experiment: education as social justice. Earlier this year, the state Department of Education approved an ethnic studies model curriculum, and individual school districts have begun to
Attorney Charles LiMandri, apologist Trent Horn speak truth to USD students
'Catholic marriage is exclusive, permanent, complementary'
The University of San Diego, a nominally Catholic college, has periodically sponsored Sexualities Cluster Courses presenting the traditional Catholic view on human sexuality. This year’s presentation, which took place via Zoom on
Apparently a section that calls for students chanting to Aztec gods was not enough to dissuade the California State Board of Education from approving a sweeping new progressive curriculum. The board last