The name Arthur first appears in the work of the 9th century Welsh historian Nennius, who lists twelve battles Arthur fought against invading Saxons.
When I was in school, we had to hide the trashy literature inside the classic books we were supposed to be reading.
Prof. Charles Glenn shows that the creation of public schools was the triumph of one particular form of religion over others.
A new study gives the details.
December 7th marks the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. In reading through headlines, one concern keeps resurfacing.
Is it possible that vocational training would set kids on the path to becoming adults far more quickly than they do today?
A professor of sociology at the University of Kent says free speech on university campuses is under the gravest threat.
The work, the learning, the exercise, the diet: all of the things you intend to do, but don’t. Who’s it all for?
See which one is harder.
Can you correctly answer test questions taken by 15-year-olds around the world?
Friends and students described the now-dead Ohio State student as bright, humble, and nice. So what went wrong?
The guy on the left can teach you with his new book.
It’s a pretty funny clip. The sad part is that there are students paying $3,000 a credit for this stuff.
Scores from the 2015 PISA exam are in, and the results are not encouraging for Americans.
And the efforts are unlikely to withstand legal scrutiny.
If students are given emotional pacifiers for the tough times, is it any wonder they're clueless about how to function as adults later in life?
Instead of teaching generic critical-thinking skills, we ought to focus on subject-specific critical-thinking skills. Here's why.
Why is it that no one burns flags at trade schools?
An army of federal bureaucrats wields enormous power through rule-making, imposing steep costs on Americans.
The last of Rome’s Five Great Emperors left a record of important life-lessons he learned from his adopted father.
Yes, we're in trouble.
Have we finally arrived at the future Orwell predicted?
When young minds are inundated with identity politics and taught to feel outrage at small insults, should we be surprised when they become radicalized?
Instead of student loan forgiveness, why not come up with creative, cost-saving solutions before students rack up thousands in debt?
Is it because we now live in a world where feelings matter more than anything else?
Is it time we insist our educational institutions begin instructing students to think for themselves instead of indoctrinating them with PC ideas?
John Taylor Gatto, a former Teacher of the Year, said historical records show that governments often fear ‘common people learning too much.’
There has been a lot chatter on the subject of late.