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Why Students Are Fleeing the Humanities

– May 16, 2019

If enough students find the hyper-politicized classroom offerings in the humanities and social sciences to their disliking, they will eventually vote with their feet.

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The Myth of “Neoliberal” Academic Hegemony

– May 8, 2019

Contrary to popular myth, the humanities are actually growing at a faster pace than most of the university system.

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Here Is Proof that the Leftist Tilt on Campus Has Gotten Dramatically Worse

– May 1, 2019

Faculty radicalism is on the rise, and that’s bad news for the intellectual climate on campus.

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The Reason for the Leftist Hegemon on Campus

– September 25, 2018

Non-left students may also perceive that the decks are stacked against them on the academic career path, and unfortunately there’s emerging evidence of this problem.

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AIER Helps Bring Economics to the Classroom

– September 24, 2018

Students don’t learn enough economics, neither as a subject nor as a way of thinking across the curriculum. AIER was proud to co-sponsor and partner on an event last week with two organizations working to change that fact: the Foundation for Teaching Economics (FTE), and the Economic Education Center at Lindenwood University’s School of Education in St. Charles, Missouri.

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The LeBron James Strategy for Saving Schools

– August 12, 2018

James was given unprecedented freedom with I Promise School, even though taxpayers are footing about 75 percent of the bill.

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Summer Fellowship Alumna Will Host Teach-the-Teachers Workshop

– October 30, 2017

AIER continues to pursue the educational ideas of our founder, Col. E.C. Harwood, who believed that educating the educators advances the institute’s mission.

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College Destinations: Beyond the Campus

– October 6, 2014

Choosing where to go to college is a complicated decision. Parents and students have to consider ever-rising tuition, academic reputation, college size…the list goes on and on. Thankfully, there are resources that examine these elements. AIER’s 2014-2015 College Destination Index (CDI) is meant to go beyond the individual college to look at cities and towns.

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College Destinations Index: 2012-13 edition

– October 1, 2012

Special Report–CDI October 1, 2012 This brochure lists the top 75 College Destinations for 2012-2013. These include the top 15 among the Major Metros and the top 20 locations among Mid-size Metros, Small Cities, and College Towns.

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Recession Reorders CDI Rankings

– October 1, 2012

Special Report October 1, 2012 Small towns rule in this year’s Top 10 College Destinations. by AIER Staff 

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