Rather than criticizing teenagers as lazy and in need of more control and structure, we should recognize the ways our culture infantilizes its teens.
Listening to “Baby Shark” is akin to torture. Yet somehow that song has racked up a staggering three billion views on YouTube. Who is watching it? Why aren’t parents putting their feet down?
Feminists go ballistic over a romantic incident.
Students are studying less. Grades are rising. And college graduation rates have increased a good deal in the last several decades.
Since I began studying foreign languages, I have learned to appreciate English. Here are three things my studies in German and Latin have taught me about my native tongue.
We walked on the moon in under a decade, yet in the 57 years since Kennedy’s challenge we are still only talking about reforming the failing K-12 public education system.
Why Jordan Peterson's Thinkspot may become a refuge for dissenters.
The idea that parents get in the way of children’s education and can halt their flourishing is nothing new. It's also false.
We should applaud as Americans become disenchanted with a world of cubicles and debt. They’re finding greater reward in learning a trade.
The Little Mermaid is a great story that teaches how to deal with unrequited love.
While admitting the incident was innocent, Runge claimed the fishing knot “has affected the entire community, and many experienced intense emotional reactions.”
A new frequent allegation of progressive politicians and media outlets is that America’s schools are becoming more racially segregated. Are these claims true?
When it comes to news articles about the impact that summer has on student learning, the news is often bad.
To fix the political divisions plaguing many college campuses, students must break their silence and re-embrace civil discourse.
Could summer jobs be the key to decreasing crime?
It’s unclear why the NEA would vote against re-dedicating itself to “increased student learning."
Buckling under pressure from those who find the images offensive to certain members of the school community, the board decided to paint over it.
Mayor de Blasio’s policies keep New York City kids trapped in violent, chronically failing schools.
Tara Blair Ball has taught for nine years. And she hates teaching.
So many politically-correct assumptions have become mainstream that, as Tocqueville once predicted, they have narrowed our ability to question rather than actually give us answers.
Only parents can demand accountability from school systems and set boundaries around their children.
The implementation of personalized learning is challenging.
Somewhere along the line, the Republican Party earned itself the moniker of the “Stupid Party.”
There’s seemingly no end to the populist handouts – nor to the erosion of personal responsibility that comes along with them.
June 28, 1919. On this date, 100 years ago, Germany signed the Treaty of Versailles, her peace settlement for the First World War.
Many young people, I suspect, labor under the expectations of others regarding their choice of a career.
The Urban Institute recently released a report claiming that in the past fifty years, American higher education has been "transformed" in a rightward direction. Is this true?
Handicrafts assist children in their character development.