Decisions in Education: Aiming without a Scope

In higher education, and education in general, the wrong people often seem to be making the decisions. Recently, the government has become increasingly involved in higher education. It seems hypocritical for them to make more demands about how higher education should be executed as they continue to cut federal and state funding. The government should regulate … Read moreDecisions in Education: Aiming without a Scope

Recipe for Success: An Antitoxin for the World

While many parents are afforded the opportunity to shield their children from many aspects of the “real” world in childhood and several even into their adult life, my parents chose not to or were unable to do this. Early on in my life my family encountered obstacles that were unavoidable and my parents were powerless … Read moreRecipe for Success: An Antitoxin for the World

Racially Cognizant

In Steve Kolowich’s Article, “White Like You: The Challenge of Getting White Students to Grapple With Racial Identity,” it is stated that white liberals in my generation are the most difficult group to convince that there is inequality within our society. He asserts that those in this group are/were raised to believe that being “colorblind” was … Read moreRacially Cognizant