There are over 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States. Four of them are all male. But that is at least one too many.
Schooling as a forced societal construct is a fairly recent phenomenon.
“Any campus speaker who arouses a protest is at risk of a beating,” says NYU professor Jonathan Haidt.
By exchanging objectivity for the tribal mentality, have universities fallen on their sword and done themselves in years ago without realizing it?
IQ isn't the only way to measure smarts.
A new study from Scholastic gives some revealing information on the state of the nation's reading.
Do millennials live in ideological bubbles because they feel safe?
Do schools need to go back to teaching basics like cooking to ensure that kids have the tools and responsibility to succeed in the real world?
Those who pursue the vocational path aren't dumb; they often possess the very traits employers are looking for.
Over the weekend, The Washington Post brought an interesting West Virginia school fight to the forefront.
Mounting evidence shows children benefit in various ways from delayed entry into school systems.
Lawrence Reed, president of FEE, went to the University of Colorado-Denver to deliver a lecture on Ancient Rome. It didn't go well.
During a recent stop in Omaha, Sen. Bernie Sanders said efforts by students to silence conservative speakers signals their own intellectual weakness.
Oxford has now declared it racist to “avoid making eye contact” with others or asking an individual “where they are ‘originally’ from."
Repression of speech. Justifying and committing violent acts against speakers you disagree with. Where is all this heading?
Was the owner a "clever child," or were education standards much more rigorous a century ago?
Some campus libraries are removing thousands of titles to make room for more digital study spaces, meeting areas, and even nap pods.
If one looks beyond the headlines, one will see New York's free tuition program is just another scholarship program.
Berkeley has become a favorite battleground for budding political street warriors.
The Boys' Latin School has revived the dead language and made it a cornerstone in their curriculum for disadvantaged, minority students in Philly.
Under the leadership of Governor Andre Cuomo, New York recently adopted a free-tuition scheme.
School choice is one of only four issues in a new Gallup poll where Democrats and Republicans both indicated approval.
"Many educators have the view that parents can be nuisances and their school contacts should be limited."
The protest against Murray seems to be based on hyper-sensitivity rather than rational thought.
Apparently, students at Hillary Clinton's alma mater are so focused on political correctness that they're no longer learning basic English grammar.
The British counseling service, Childline, has recently reported an uptick in the number of lonely children. But why?
Nancy Edison rejected schooling in favor of learning for Thomas Edison.
Adjuncts average $20-25k per year, receive no healthcare benefits, and usually go without a pension.