Higher Education

Sex discrimination in Oklahoma higher education

It appears that many programs at Oklahoma colleges and universities are discriminatory and violate Title IX.

Adam Kissel
October 22, 2020
Higher Education

Oklahoma law deans urge ‘antiracism’ requirement

Claiming that “racism is deeply embedded in our institutions, including in the legal profession,” the deans of 150 American law schools—including all three in Oklahoma—have signed a letter urging the American Bar Association to require their schools to “provide training and education around bias, cultural competence, and antiracism.”

Mike Brake
September 22, 2020
Higher Education

Oklahoma Christian University hosts social-justice training

As part of its focus on diversity, Oklahoma Christian University recently hosted a speaker who encourages her clients to read or view works that include a project linking the United States’ founding to slavery and another work criticized as portraying all white people as racists.

Ray Carter
August 20, 2020
Higher Education

OU institute declared Chinese propaganda entity

The U.S. Department of State has declared that the Confucius Institute U.S. Center, which has long operated an institute at the University of Oklahoma, is a foreign mission of the People’s Republic of China.

Ray Carter
August 17, 2020
Higher Education

Require budget transparency in Oklahoma higher ed

Too often, colleges and universities around the country don’t provide transparent budgets. They aren’t accountable to policymakers and taxpayers.

David Randall, Ph.D.
August 14, 2020
Higher Education

The fight for freedom begins on Oklahoma campuses

Social justice permeates Oklahoma higher education—but it hasn’t stayed on campus.

David Randall, Ph.D.
July 14, 2020
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