The Gates Foundation wants women to do less "unpaid work".
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?
"In some cases, children are offered rewards not only for mundane tasks like tooth-brushing, but also for what social scientists call pro-social behavior..."
"If every student in my classroom were a radio, my home-schooled student was the one whose switch was turned on.”
Would the physical and emotional health of American families improve if they returned to having more mannerly and leisurely dinners together?
“Imagination does not stir at the suggestion of the feeble, much-diluted stuff that is too often put into children’s hands.”
Children who went through "behavior modification" treatment saw significant benefits.
What socialization critics never expected...
The answer shouldn't surprise us.
...and they probably won't learn about it in school.
Many American families are choosing to make raising a child more expensive than it needs to be.
So much for "friendship" parenting...
Women are reclaiming the word “housewife” as old-fashioned homemaking comes back into vogue.
We're in a Catch-22 when it comes to parenting and education.
The American College of Pediatricians has something to say about that.
We need less ideology in our discourse and decision making.
Too many parents today seek advice elsewhere, rather than simply trusting themselves.
If your goal for your children is a lifetime of government work, then by all means send them to public school: the bigger, the better.
Perhaps we need more “YOU’RE MESSING WITH THE WRONG DADDY” fathers after all.
Ben Franklin's statement is rather shocking...
A new Oxford study shows that your Facebook friends are probably fakes.
It raises some deep questions.
Already 290 shootings and over 50 dead in 2016. There's only been one police shooting.
What’s to blame?
More evidence that men and women are naturally different?
Startling comments which go against conventional parenting tips.
Would we see a return in the ingenuity and enterprise which once made America great if today’s parents were quicker to cut the apron strings?