"Math is simply a matter of stating the terms of your argument and then defending those statements using logic."
http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/teenage-girl-punched-kicked-stamped-7897534#DetxT1O6oT8WphvA.97The video, shot in the UK, is sickening. But is fining parents the answer to bullying?
Before we complain about how much children cost, shouldn't we examine how many unnecessary things we have?
In recent years, America’s schools have attempted to train teachers of the highest quality.
Christian theology and Freud identify three types of ‘bad love’—and they’re pretty much everywhere in our culture.
In comparison to the rational debate fostered by Franklin and his fellows, is our debate all too often irrational?
Vaping 'culture' is the latest moral panic in higher education.
"It’s worse than you could ever imagine.”
The reasoning behind the “meternity” is that women get burned out easier than men and need some time away from the office.
"...it has been my nightmare that J.R.R. Tolkien would turn out to be the most influential writer of the twentieth century."
The San Francisco PD wants to 'diversity its officers' in response to racist text messages.
Consequently, an absence of children in society will also lead increasingly to an absence of grown-ups.
A three-year report offers fresh insight.
It turns out that creating a visible record of failures is an effective way to teach an important life lesson.
The illness can take several forms and it often benefits the well-connected at the expense of everyone else.
The modern man rebels against everything.
Are Americans buying more guns so they can feel powerful and in control again?
These make the NAEP 8th grade sample questions look like a piece of cake.
There was a “triggering” UMass College
A burst of light marks the moment when human sperm meets an egg.
There might be more benefits to taking a year off between high school and college than we realize.
Psychologist on the Breakdown of Discourse: ‘I’m a Liberal Professor and My Liberal Students Scare Me’
In a debate at NYU, Jonathan Haidt discussed the roots of intolerance across college campuses.
"We may reasonably hope for the virtual abolition of education when I’m as good as you has fully had its way."
For many parents, the most traumatic family battles are fought at the very place which should be a place of harmony and connection: the dinner table.
1. Make sure you put a television set and a computer in every room. (Don’t forget the kitchen!)
Europeans and Americans treat public places very differently.
The university had reportedly been suffering from racial tensions.
Is there a way to give children rights without raising them to be ill-behaved little terrors?