A wildly popular Idaho education program places money for college and other courses in the hands of middle and high school students.
Are we sending women the wrong message by suggesting they are "weak" for desiring male companionship?
Has the quest to break down multiple stereotypes and gender conventions served to pigeonhole women into one narrow stereotype of the feminist ideal?
It is generally assumed that black families are big fans of public schooling, but that assumption is dated.
The focus on girls causes us to overlook the ways in which boys are struggling.
Evidence shows that increasing numbers of younger men are looking for stay-at-home wives.
Fundamentals for making it work.
By encouraging children to adopt sexualized, adult clothing, are we inadvertently promoting attitudes of disrespect both for themselves and others?
University of Ottawa professor Jennifer A. Chandler pointed out that combining organ donation with euthanasia could be ethically problematic.
Only they might not be the values you want the kids to have.
Feminist author Fay Weldon suggests that it is men, not women, who can now claim victimhood status.
Do you parent differently than your own parents?
A tantrum at Red Robin resulted in a post that has been shared 160K times.
The Addis Housewares study found over half of mums just don't have the time to teach their kids domestic know-how.
Is Robert Kelly just another tool of the patriarchy?
The rapid rise in unelected “experts” telling parents how they should raise, feed and educate their children is alarming.
Why do we think children prefer reading on screens versus paper?
His answer was a bit confusing, but the response sheds light on an important philosophical dilemma of our age.
Would we see more Ediths rise to the surface if our education system placed greater emphasis on incorporating the family into learning?
Our big sisters at United Nations headquarters in New York have other plans for women.
"Our generation is becoming so busy trying to prove that women can do what men can do that women are losing their uniqueness."
Taylor Beggs is a female wrestler in Texas who is "transitioning" to a male.
The film provocatively suggests that it can be easier to harden yourself to fight for someone than to soften your heart enough to give them care.
I want to keep my kids connected to their past, and I find a great way to do this is passing on the sewing skills my grandmothers taught me.
In our kneejerk compulsion to show effusive support for women we unfortunately have become correspondingly casual about culturally demonizing men.
The success of this shop class experiment brings to light some key aspects of education that we’ve forgotten in today’s schools.
Incorporating real-world work and giving more individualized instruction is a great start, but is it enough?
Is it possible that the trend away from homework may be one small step away from the culture of dependency we’ve instilled in recent generations?