Parents today have grown used to catering to their children’s whims, letting them drift from sport to musical instrument, to another kind of activity.
Hopefully the education system won't issue a fatwa over his comments...
The laws differ from state to state, but some of the abuses are shocking.
Since only 37% of American high schoolers can read, perhaps it's time we try some reading methods used by Helen's teacher, Anne Sullivan.
In the era of Big Data, those that are able to quickly comprehend and manipulate complex datasets come out ahead – way ahead.
The language they used to denounce the attack was harsher than Obama’s.
Earnings increased by 21% for men who grew up in a household full of books.
Google sees all.
7 easy steps courtesy of Vladimir Lenin.
Midterms, grades, and studying are passé.
From 'doors to hell' to crooked forests, the world is full of wonder.
From the author of the prophetic book "Fahrenheit 451"
The moment they go to school, they begin to lose the freedom to explore, take risks and experiment.
“We are witnessing the levelling down of all ranks of society...."
Being educated means tolerating tough questions about what you believe.
You may not be able to spell them, but do you know their definitions?
When I was a child, my father regaled me with tales of how he and his friends once formed “The Boys Army” and spent their days creating original inventions and stockpiling weapons in their homemade fort in the woods.
Free will does not exist, we're told, but we should believe it does.
"On the face of it, our results cast doubt over the value for money of universal early education."
It’s a wee bit crazy out there these days.
Was this 19th century historian the prophet of despotism?
A shocking letter to Mike Rowe suggests they are.
Shakespeare's man in black is the latest victim of the gender wars. Critics claim he is an "abusive boyfriend."
Warning: Some of these ideas may cause dizziness, shortness of breath, or irritation to conformist thinkers.
Somebody has to fight the wolves.
Still, the bombings of Japan during World War II raise tough questions.
The University of Minnesota Law School is piloting a program that will enable students to spend a majority of their third year working in a law office receiving real-world experience instead of sitting in a classroom.
Aristotle probably would have said so.