Four reasons Professor Ali Gordon became a fan of homeschooling.
“Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?”
Leno: “What are the Bill of Rights?”
Man-on-the-Street: Uh… thou shalt not steal?
See how culturally literate you are about modern philosophy.
Student have formally been asked to use the gender-neutral pronoun 'ze' instead of 'she and 'he'.
“It’s high time ‘generation snowflake’ emerged from this regressive darkness,” she says.
The best way to learn to write is by studying systematic subjects systematically.
The Electoral College hasn't been this popular since 1787 (or close enough).
Is it time more schools sought to implement hands-on building courses like these in the curriculum?
Compelling evidence suggests that the discovery of brewing led to farming in the prehistoric world.
"No longer were the students expected to enter the kitchen; rather they chose from a menu and expected it to be served up ready-cooked."
It’s a long-running con.
University gets in trouble for suggesting its students dress like Grace Kelly instead of Kim Kardashian.
In the early 20th century, most progressives viewed as cutting-edge science what today looks like simple bigotry.
What’s objectifying about sexual desire is its ability to numb a person to reason, both in themselves and in others.
“Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.”
She called Trump’s election an ‘act of terrorism.’
In a letter to his 11-year-old son, Einstein explained ‘the way to learn the most.’
Are we churning out a generation of poor communicators because we’re more concerned with keeping up appearances than implementing knowledge?
The New York Times reports that Donald Trump supporters are now expressing a need for ‘safe spaces’ on college campuses. But are they?
Are today's parents micromanaging their kids to the point of harm?
The name Arthur first appears in the work of the 9th century Welsh historian Nennius, who lists twelve battles Arthur fought against invading Saxons.
When I was in school, we had to hide the trashy literature inside the classic books we were supposed to be reading.
Prof. Charles Glenn shows that the creation of public schools was the triumph of one particular form of religion over others.
A new study gives the details.
December 7th marks the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. In reading through headlines, one concern keeps resurfacing.
Is it possible that vocational training would set kids on the path to becoming adults far more quickly than they do today?
A professor of sociology at the University of Kent says free speech on university campuses is under the gravest threat.