The objective of critical race theory? “Remake society so that the victim class eventually displaces the oppressors and becomes the new ruling class.”
Comprehensive Sex Education is forcing kids to learn about material they aren't ready for, at the expense of their education on history and other topics.
Our professors told us we could find purpose in temporal affairs, yet we somehow lost the sense that we were a part of something greater. We substituted a wholehearted pursuit of “the truth” for “our truth.”
Michael Bloomberg's comments about farmers highlights a societal problem in how we view blue collar jobs, and farmers in particular.
Federal funding for technical education programs might be about to double, a move which could greatly increase high schoolers' career prospects.
Researchers at Northeastern University have a government grant to develop a device to monitor workplace interactions in an attempt to "revolutionize equality and diversity."
There's a lot of pressure in academia for professors to embrace liberalism without even thinking. It can be hard to break out from that groupthink.
The Communist Party of China is actively suppressing information on the coronavirus when they should be soliciting the world's help in fighting this disease.
Seventy percent of college students graduated with debt in 2019 – on average, US$30,000.
Nearly three-quarters of high school students report negative feelings toward school, and it seems like no one is working to fix this.
The 1619 Project claims that American history marginalizes African-Americans. Evidence suggests otherwise.
The Chinese Communist Party's increasing interference in academia in China is making it very difficult for researchers to do their jobs.
Should skills matter more than a diploma or formal schooling? Elon Musk certainly thinks so.
G. K. Chesterton's priest detective is a man of duty, as well as a man of immense curiosity. American students could stand to learn from Father Brown's example.
Do tough grading standards benefit students?
Unprincipled politicians are making New York streets and schools unsafe for the people they supposedly represent. Should we be surprised?
Will the deconstructionists win the battle for "Western Civilization"?
Truth seems to be disappearing from universities' missions at an alarming rate. Can a focus on discovery and intellectual pursuits ever be recovered?
How much do you know about the American education system? These six facts might surprise you.
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.