Politics is not the only place to look for 'fake news".
Reflections from one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century.
Until kids start learning to read and think for themselves, they'll simply be swept up in the emotional and uncontrolled trends in society.
College officials who cave to demands to cancel controversial speakers do a disservice to their student bodies.
Most people know by now that campuses are fortresses of leftist groupthink. Less well known is how extreme these views really are.
With talk of secession heating up, a look back on the causes of America's (first?) Civil War.
'Sir, I have a bit of a bone to pick with you about your recent comments during the confirmation hearing for Betsy DeVos..."
Their stance on the Bible and morality is a bit shocking.
The most destructive player in the modern education establishment is teachers' colleges.
It’s often said that America’s education system hasn’t changed much in the last 100 years. But one change might be contributing to academic decline.
Those who have been vocal against DeVos are often guilty of the same charges they level at her.
Maybe it's time to break the system apart?
How can we expect the next generation to run the country if their teachers don't even know how it works?
Are taxpayers, students, and parents subsidizing the violation of fundamental constitutional rights? If so, why should they?
James Fenimore Cooper's 1838 civics primer might come in handy in the Neil Gorsuch confirmation hearings.
Recent research suggests that neither teachers nor students really understand what critical thinking is.
It has to do with the great irony between the words and actions of the Democrat party.
In case one needed further evidence that American schools are in chaos, the video below will put any doubts to rest.
Scientists are now finding that taking notes by hand accelerates learning.
Since I’m sick of politics, I decided to check out the more personal side of the man who could possibly be the next SCOTUS justice.
Is today's education system holding our children back from success?
There is some disagreement on what racism actually is. So let's look at the history.
We don't use rhetoric responsibly in 21st century America.
There are two major differences between the texts used today and those used in the schools of the past.
Growing up, I knew better than to utter those two infamous words of childhood: “I’m bored.”
This is why a country like the U.S. needs to educate people in rhetoric.
So much for the idea of giving every kid a laptop...
Anthony Esolen isn’t saying our culture is vulgar and debased. He’s saying it no longer exists.