Academic papers are becoming more and more ridiculous, but they have a long history of nonsense dating back decades.
Chicago unions are fighting to gain members through a show of strength.
Children are better served by having a unified home with both parents involved, we need to stop bowing to PC pressure to pretend otherwise.
“Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.” - George Orwell
It's not by walking away.
College campuses across the country are being infected by "woke" policies that are actually regressive and discriminatory.
The U.S. National Council on Disabilities is against it.
Should we start replacing great western thinkers and writers such as Plato and Homer? Do they really deserve a place in our curriculum anymore?
Americans seem to be obsessed with cheating, regardless of whether it be on academics, fiscal reality, or even attempting to cheat nature itself.
With a passage rate of nearly 95 percent on the AP Government exam, it seems like Ingerson and his textbook-less methods work. Why?
These little-known horror stories of Che Guevara should dissuade anyone from buying a shirt with his face on it.
Young socialists and communists took to twitter to rip apart a journalist, but just ended up exposing their lack of knowledge of history and economics.
With freer kids, we might just gain a freer society.
Technical education in high school provides one pathway to meaningful work for men.
Greta needs time to grow.
Becoming a billionaire requires seizing opportunities with hands willing to do hard work.
Children can often be nearly a year younger than their peers in the same grade, and this can lead to artificial diagnoses of ADHD and depression.
The 1619 project distorts America's DNA.
The leadership of the Khmer Rogue was influenced heavily by Marxist socialism. What was the impact of those ideas on the world?
If we want schools to be surrogate parents, then perhaps we must accept the increased expenditures which come with more staff.
The normalizing of radical thought happens when we surrender education to radical influencers.
The cultural climate out there is weird. Just about every American adult feels it, although we try to go about life as normal, pushing our unease aside.
Many American students measure their success and self-worth by their grades. How did we get to this point?
Dealing with bullies is the way many kids learn to deal with adversity and difficult people as they grow up. Today's society is denying them this learning opprotunity.
College students are more stressed out and more depressed than ever before. Whose fault is this and what can be done about it?
Progressivism has the hallmarks of several historical political movements, and we must examine it in the context of those movements' effects.
Could this be the key to the better American education so many of us long for?
Far left activists have long worked to destroy the nuclear family, and move the education of children off on the state.