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    U.Va v Breitbart on Elizabeth Warren investigation

    U.Va v Breitbart on Elizabeth Warren investigation

    Well, this is interesting.

    The University of Virginia is defending its former (and soon to be again?) President Teresa Sullivan against allegations by a former Rutgers law professor revealed in a series by Michael Patrick Leahy, concerning a book co-authored with Elizabeth Warren.  Background on the allegations is here, and on the alleged “whitewash” investigation here.

    Now U.Va is hitting back, as reported in a new post by Leahy, Exonerated? Warren Academic Battle Continues:

    Carol Wood, University of Virginia Associate Vice President and University Spokesperson, claimed yesterday in an interview with the Washington Post that the 1991 University of Texas whitewash report into allegations of scientific misconduct made against UVA President Teresa A. Sullivan and Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren exonerated them….

    Leahy has followed up with U.Va disputing the claims of exoneration.  I’m sure he’ll have more to come.

    Update:  Teresa Sullivan was just reinstated as President of U.Va.


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    We live in strange times.

    And the accreditation agencies, which by and large are owned by one company, just reminded every higher ed governing board and school board that they must not interfere.

    15-0 vote after a summary dismissal earlier.

    One of the primary architects of using education to change the nature of America, John Goodlad, announced last fall in a forum I watched that if Americans understood Obama’s real plans for education, we would be far more upset than we are over Obamacare. He meant it as a good thing. After all John had Bill Ayers as an honored speaker within the last year.

    No one can violate the will of the accreditors. The true political sovereigns of a vision that should have no place in this great country.

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