Considering that only 27% of American students are proficient in writing, would American students benefit from learning from some of his writing secrets?
And the winner is...
Try to do these problems without a calculator....
It's not your imagination.
We're in a Catch-22 when it comes to parenting and education.
It might resonate with some of you.
Never has the stock market soared higher nor the supply of affordable books been cheaper. Lucky or cursed, let us examine the latter–about which T.S. Eliot asks a great question but falls short in his reply.
"Nearly a third of young people… say they are too scared to look at their bank balance."
A new study shows that more physical activity increases math scores.
It's not all sex and soma in Aldous Huxley's dystopia.
Our kids are failing at preschool and preschool is failing our kids.
While it’s true that apprenticeships are growing in popularity, there’s still something holding them back from becoming mainstream.
#5. Teach students to become independent learners.
It can’t be said enough, there is no value-neutral education.
If your goal for your children is a lifetime of government work, then by all means send them to public school: the bigger, the better.
Students of all types – athletic or academic – might benefit for these reasons.
"Most people are horrified by what's going on in the universities."
As philosophy professor Matthew Lipman realized, college was a little late in life to learn to think properly.
"Wisdom begins in wonder."
Subsidiarity calls for decision-making power and responsibility to be held at the lowest level..
A balanced approach to the opt out movement.
“As soon as you duplicate the conditions of the public school system, you’re gonna duplicate their results."
How did the Ingalls girls get such a stellar education?
Could apprenticeship interest be driving this trend?
3 ways in which some parents are doing just that.
As some of the greats have recognized, it's an important accompaniment to reading.
What’s to blame?
Sound principles for any age.