Higher Education

Oklahoma colleges rank low in free-speech report

A new national report shows that Oklahoma’s top two universities trail most of their national peers when it comes to having a pro-free-speech environment on campus.

Ray Carter
October 13, 2021
Higher Education

State colleges play role in nursing shortage, regent says

OU turns down hundreds of nursing applicants—in part because the nursing program isn’t a moneymaker for the university. Meanwhile, the woke studies proliferate.

Ray Carter
October 7, 2021
Higher Education

Regent suggests revising laws that restrict college access

Protectionist Oklahoma laws and regulations have made it harder for many students to access specific college courses, a top education official told lawmakers this week.

Ray Carter
September 23, 2021
Higher Education

OU professor gets reality check

If you were paid $218,250 for a relatively light workload compared to your peers, how would you respond? University of Oklahoma Professor Suzette Grillot opted for insubordination and filing lawsuits filled with inflammatory allegations against her employer.

Jonathan Small
August 30, 2021
Higher Education

Is CRT coming to Oklahoma law schools?

Oklahoma lawmakers should ban any accreditation agency from operating within Oklahoma if it advocates racial discrimination.

Trent England
August 24, 2021
Higher Education

OSU offers ‘implicit bias’ training

OSU offers training to private businesses—for a price—that appears to violate the spirit, if not the letter, of a new state law.

Ray Carter
August 18, 2021
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