Letters sent to the incoming class of 2020 make it clear the University of Chicago isn’t a fan of trigger warnings or safe spaces.
“I ask that you... eat dinner as a family, read together, play outside, and get your child to bed early."
National Geographic's list of "the most influential figures of ancient history" is comprised mostly of strong men, and it omits a key religious figure.
The writer warned about the destructive force of demagoguery and unchecked rhetoric.
I would always assure my students that memory work was part of the deal for any of my history classes.
President Clinton had some strong words for the welfare system... as did these eight other men.
Giving children time to explore and learn to read on their own timetable may set them on a path to greater understanding and maturity.
If you're seeking self improvement, there might be better places to look than Lindsay Lohan's new book.
There are many benefits to being alone, but far fewer people are experiencing those benefits, evidence shows.
Fantasy fiction is often pooh-poohed by academics and intellectuals, but it can whet the appetite for learning.
Prior to the Enlightenment, Western civilization was simply referred to as “Christendom.”
My experience growing up in an urban gardening family suggests such might be the case, for gardening teaches children several important life lessons.
Charles Sykes, a senior fellow at the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, says institutions of higher learning are coming apart.
Vespasian's last words: 'Oh dear, I think I'm becoming a god.'
Would the practices of the Boston Latin School help restore order and rigor to today’s classrooms?