Do you think we would see a drastic improvement in writing ability if we corrected even one of these areas in today’s schools?
See which one is harder.
It's necessary to have a foundation of knowledge on which to build.
Remarkable insight from the past on a trending issue.
How can we reverse the trend and raise vibrant, imaginative, and knowledgeable children?
Standardized tests are only the symptom, not the source of the problem.
According to an expert on emotional skills, all attempts to measure them "suck".
A balanced approach to the opt out movement.
The education system should be held accountable if it wants taxpayers' money.
What if those As and Bs on your child's report card don't give a true picture of your child's progress?
American students could probably use some hands-on learning.
In high school, you were a voracious reader, had argumentation and writing skills superior to most of your classmates, and received good grades. But your standardized test scores were mediocre at best, and they hurt your college applications.
Perhaps society would be better off if the government stepped back and recognized that parents are the primary and best educators of their children?
There's nothing like a good editorial cartoon to make you think...
There's nothing like a good editorial cartoon to make you think.
Every week it seems I receive three or four letters from people who are establishing new schools or reforming old ones. These letters are most encouraging, and all of the writers, without exception, are dedicated to restoring what is called a “classical” education.