New data compiled by a Boston-based a public policy think tank reveals that homeschooling has gained in both popularity and reach in recent decades.
The night of June 23rd was the setting for Shakespeare's famous play, and for one of the most popular feast days in Europe's past.
HBO’s hit show 'Silicon Valley' recently skewered the trend of using 'empathy' to grandstand and feel good without actually doing anything.
"It is in your hands to stop all of the killing and the shooting wherever it might be."
The most remarkable aspect of Tolkien’s vision is his ability to make the good desirable. Rather than portraying an exceptionally good character, he instead portrays rather ordinary characters who are drawn by exceptionally beautiful visions of goodness or shalom.
The study is based on data compiled from Harvard University’s Cooperative Congressional Election Study.
He gets all the best lines. He is at all the best parties. And when he is on stage the whole play lights up with excitement and uproar.
Surveys show that less than 30 percent of parents require their children to perform chores.
Libraries have a special opportunity in summer to undo some of the damage of forced schooling and help children to reconnect with their innate learning instincts.
The “newest” terrorists encourage more frequent active violence, hostage-takings and kidnappings.
The internet says if you drink black coffee you're more likely to be a psychopath. So it must be true, right?
This unspoken belief about skin color and toughness has historical roots. And for a light-skinned player like Curry, it means having to prove himself each time he steps onto the court.
Boys at Isca Academy in Exeter wear skirts to school in protest at not being allowed to wear shorts in hot weather.
“You shouldn’t make a public display of your virtues until you’ve straightened out your damn life."
A Harvard study examining income, work, and marital stability suggests that 'bread-winning remains a central component of the marital contract for husbands.'
“I’m a bleeding heart liberal and I’m a big Bernie Sanders supporter, but this whole, flat-out, $15, one-size-fits-all is just wrong.”
Well-educated and well-traveled, it comes as no surprise that his prose rose to such fame. However, other aspects of his life are not as expected.
If there is anything redeeming to come of this, it should be a wake-up call to all of us to change the way we think about human rights and stop a terrible trajectory of public rhetoric.
The prominent psychologist and author was asked why intolerance seems to come more often from the left on campuses. He offered a simple answer.
The salaries of trade school graduates can be pretty impressive.