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Online learning is rapidly expanding, driven by state-of-the-art technology, talented teachers, and innovative entrepreneurs.
They are contained in structured, adult-led, indoor activities.
A veil of hypocrisy and paternalism that surrounds mass schooling endures today, and is strikingly apparent in the school choice debate.
Stuck in a 19th century factory model, mass schooling needs a 21st century makeover.
Empowering parents and expanding education choices for all young people could be just the education revolution we need.
What does the summer slide tell us about the quality of mass schooling?
New data compiled by a Boston-based a public policy think tank reveals that homeschooling has gained in both popularity and reach in recent decades.
Libraries have a special opportunity in summer to undo some of the damage of forced schooling and help children to reconnect with their innate learning instincts.
Why is it that innovation occurs frequently in other areas, but not in education?
Apprenticeships can be a valuable, time-tested approach to connect adolescents with the authentic, practical experiences of the adult world.
Lawmakers in some states find this reality to be problematic and are seeking to make changes.
Initially touted as a concentration tool for children with attention issues, these hand-held fidget toys are apparently becoming a big distraction.
Arizona lawmaker Paul Mosley joins a growing number of citizens concerned about the rise in forced schooling and the decline in overall competence.
Universal preschool may seem like a positive benefit to parents, but it can limit early childcare choices for many families.
Schooling as a forced societal construct is a fairly recent phenomenon.
Mounting evidence shows children benefit in various ways from delayed entry into school systems.
Nancy Edison rejected schooling in favor of learning for Thomas Edison.
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