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Is it influenced by American lifestyle choices?
You can't depend on today's schools for everything.
Has the curriculum in America’s high schools been dumbed down?
“We put tablets in their hands and made their loads that much heavier.”
Have we substituted an expanded vocabulary for clear, common sense writing?
Professor: “It has become clear ... that we are suffering the tragic results of having cut logic and rhetoric..."
“If the body be feeble, the mind will not be strong.”
Should students who plan to go to college be able to pass this test?
Might the U.S. be over-emphasizing instruction time?
Americans distrust government... and the American public.
You may not like it, but what will replace it?
Plutarch thinks so.
Education plays a big role, but the current system seems incapable.
Have many parents unwittingly encouraged their children to be demanding, self-centered individuals?
Do minority students today need to seek to overcome disadvantages through their own efforts?
That’s the first question you’ll ask when see this chart.
Yes, we should discuss the causes and solutions.
What the new NCLB provisions might mean.
Which exam do you think would be more difficult to pass?
Students educated in states with mandatory collective bargaining laws experienced a decline in earnings, hours, employment, skill level, and educational attainment.
It's worth a reminder.
In discussions concerning the pros and cons of homeschooling, it’s not all that uncommon to see public school teachers butt heads with homeschool parents and supporters.
Do the Pilgrims deserve more than two paragraphs in today’s history textbooks?
Maybe schools should start teaching logic again?
The fact that we teach students to follow their feelings and express themselves in any way without consequences may be frustrating them.
Yes, the religious can be quite rational.
A good lesson from MacDonald's 'The Princess and the Goblin'.