"How can any Man judge, unless his Mind has been opened and enlarged by Reading?" - John Adams
Would a more local system of education solve this problem?
According to science, when many people think they’re learning, they’re really not.
The group wants a teacher fired now, maybe it should change its focus.
All education has a purpose, some purposes are worse than others, though.
Standardized tests are only the symptom, not the source of the problem.
Contrary to what a recent Salon article claimed, homework apparently does still have value.
For many busy parents and teachers, it’s hard to know which books are both worthwhile and enjoyable for children to read.
There’s a clear message given to almost every high school student these days: go to college or you’ll be a failure.
For those who wish to be scholars, these 14 pieces of advice are just as relevant today.
Would today’s students be better equipped for life if today’s schools implemented Franklin’s education plan?
It might also give your child a shot at a six-figure income!
For most people, is advanced math pretty useless in their lives?
Great men write great books because of the Great Books that they’ve read.
Some American schools are recognizing students’ financial literacy problem and are setting out to remedy it.
Impoverished nations like Vietnam do better than the U.S.
According to Patrick Deneen, modern students' ignorance is the education system's "crowning achievement".
Alyssa Drescher is learning the answer to that question the hard way.
According to an expert on emotional skills, all attempts to measure them "suck".
It’s tough to have both as the University of Minnesota seems to be experiencing.
Only 12% of high school seniors are considered proficient in U.S. History by the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
Given the increasingly bureaucratic nature of education, do you think it’s difficult for teachers to obtain and cultivate these five essentials today?
Apparently, colleges are having a hard time keeping students and graduating them.
...even after adjusting for background differences.
A parliamentary enquiry showed that homeschoolers scored 70 points higher on national assessments.
Would it be wise to wait before we spend millions of dollars on the alleged preschool panacea?
Directing children to worthwhile reading material requires more than picking up a book and handing it to them.
Are parents missing a great chance to give their children a successful start in life?