Miss Virginia is a can't miss movie about a mother's struggle to ensure her child has a chance at a decent education.
Local reporting is a critical service provided by small-town newspapers, and we might all benefit if we worked to keep these publications alive.
The Blaine Amendment might be struck down by the Supreme Court, allowing parents to use school vouchers to send their kids to religious schools.
Millions of children today are raised, by default, to be slaves to group-think, addicted to endorphins released from a digital device, burdened with neural pathways so obliterated that nary a logical thought might pass from brain to lips…
“Letter from a Birmingham Jail” rests on a basis that most modern people, especially the educated, reject.
The United States has a long history of children reading the Bible in schools, a practice once again up for public debate. Could it return to schools in the near future?
An NPR story aired last week with the headline, “How Should We Regulate Homeschooling?” Short answer: “We” shouldn’t.
The American Dialect Society said some interesting things about the English language, but most folks outside of gender studies departments wouldn't agree with them.
Pete Buttigieg and The New York Times seem intent on re-framing America's history to make progress seem inevitable, and to depict its founders as the worst people in history.
Total government spending per pupil has almost doubled from 1980 to today, and that fact triggered a major correction by The Washington Post.
Playing chess is a powerful way to exercise the same logic muscles that lawyers rely on in their work.
Many modern politicians are decrying a loss of democracy in America, but America's founders never intended for it to be a democracy.
Once in a while, someone has to stand up for the common usage of the English language, and against the academic double speak we're slipping into.
The efforts of the federal government to improve education have had dismal results which only harm American students.
The daughter of Laura Ingalls and Almanzo Wilder, baby Rose, grew up to become an outspoken critic of Roosevelt’s New Deal, Social Security, and other government programs she felt disempowered individuals and gave greater authority to the state.
For many people college degrees simply aren't worth the price of tuition, so we need to be more transparent about this cost/benefit analysis.
Everyone is trying to figure out how we make progress and fix the American education system. Maybe we need to be looking backward rather than forward.
One way to get people to stop reading books is to fail to teach them to read proficiently.
The national results of education testing are in, and it's a decidedly mixed bag, especially with how much we spend per pupil.
Presidential candidates and the media claim that school districts with many minority students are underfunded, but they ignore a major source of funding.
Transgender students new unrestricted access to locker rooms and restrooms is "a great policy, unfortunately, it's not everything we want" according to one trans student.
Education is not about political influence, but about responsible freedom through a well-developed mind.
Socialism is more than political. It's a secular religion.
There are a lot of books out there. Why is it important for students to read older books when there is so much new material available?
Lifting our neighbors out of poverty may begin with providing structures to provide dignified work.
We need to better educate our children about the dangerous of socialism. Here are 10 suggestions for kick starting that learning.
Is truth-telling, or even attempting that arduous task, becoming a vanishingly rare pursuit in America?
Many college students seem to hold very rosy and optimistic views of socialism. It seems a realist on this issue is rare indeed.