Would we see a change of direction in society if more kids were raised in a “chore culture” of hard work and responsibility both at home and school?
The apprentice revolution is not just a better way to learn and work. It’s a better way to think and live.
It's quite simple really.
Millennials are right to be angry about their schooling.
We waste a lot of time trying to plow through books without a clear purpose.
Pushing everyone toward college can only lead to disillusionment and lost opportunities for both the student and society at large.
Too many parents think only of material well-being for their children, while failing to teach them virtue.
School has nothing to do with freedom.
A few interesting discoveries you may have missed this year.
Ivy League students removed a hallway portrait of William Shakespeare (too white) and replaced it with a photo of black lesbian activist.
He didn't have a Wikipedia page, but Hulseman created an efficient, inexpensive product used by hundreds of millions (and he employed thousand more).
Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th U.S. president, was more than the man behind the Panama Canal and the inspiration for the teddy bear.
A former teacher offers a reason which we rarely hear.
His belief in the unity of the cosmos had far-reaching implications for understanding humanity.
We all know tests don't define us. Except when we get a high score. Then they define the sh*t out of us.
Despite his intelligence, erudition, earnestness, and public-relations genius, Obama failed to address the driving concern of Americans.
The rise of zero-tolerance discipline policies in schools has resulted in suspensions for … interesting incidents. 2016 was no exception.
"Then Kyle replied, ‘Shut up, mom. You don’t know what you’re talking about.’ ... Kyle is 10 years old."
The violation and its resulting impact on students in the law school outweighed free speech protections, the provost said.
Literacy and basic mathematical skills were nearly universal in America before the creation of our current system.
While working as a journalist during the Second World War, Orwell penned a review of Hitler’s Mein Kampf.
According to Jean-Paul Sartre, someone who lives in bad faith treats themselves as an object, not as an autonomous or freely choosing agent.
Torture can be defined in many ways but it is always intentional and concerns inflicting psychological or physical pain to gain information.
Research shows that 83 percent of five-year-olds think that Santa Claus is real. Why?
Unless you like brain parasites that cause subtle sex-specific changes in your personality.
"The existing K-12 school system (including most charters and private schools) has been transformed into a knowledge-free zone."
A pair of Harvard researchers found that humans spend nearly half their time thinking about something other than what they’re doing.
Here is what the modern Christmas ditty looks like in heroic Anglo-Saxon metre.