From the philosopher's famous essay "On Reading and Books"
What's driving the revival?
They have a slight edge over teetotalers and heavy drinkers.
Yes, you read that correctly.
The little colored blocks hold surprising educational benefits.
Some say there is no longer any point in collecting books...
...And most high schoolers can't read beyond a 6th-grade level.
Our advancements are incredible, but should we temper our expectations?
She appears to have been a fan of eugenics.
A surprising conundrum from Pew Research.
The sooner the kids start, the better.
According to Aristotle, individuals mistake these five components for true courage.
If so, who or what will provide it? And is that fair or even possible?
Is it actually an unhealthy trend?
Is it time we recognize that respect and order will never be restored in schools until the same is restored in the American home?
More people in Europe are dying than are being born, according to a new report in a major demography journal.
We’ve always won the big wars... that impacts our psychology.
A treehouse is dividing a neighborhood in Washington, D.C.
Let’s talk about root causes.
They’re reacting to the pressure, public may regret it.
Does the modern rejection of classical languages contribute to falling proficiency in public schools?
Keeping up with the news has become popularly associated with being knowledgeable and informed. But is that what really happens?
Much progress has been made, but...
Young whites are dying from drug overdoses at five times the rate they were in 1999.
"... when someone falls into one category for everything, I'm very suspicious."
To truly appreciate other cultures, I firmly believe that today’s student must learn to appreciate his own.
“If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face—forever.”
Why they are driving the increase in sexual assaults.