It's worth a reminder.
In discussions concerning the pros and cons of homeschooling, it’s not all that uncommon to see public school teachers butt heads with homeschool parents and supporters.
Do the Pilgrims deserve more than two paragraphs in today’s history textbooks?
Maybe schools should start teaching logic again?
The fact that we teach students to follow their feelings and express themselves in any way without consequences may be frustrating them.
Yes, the religious can be quite rational.
A good lesson from MacDonald's 'The Princess and the Goblin'.
Due to student pressure, a professor resigned.
Are you PC, BRO?!?
Even the police are in on it.
Every few months it seems that another story pops up concerning some child’s confusing Common Core math homework.
What are the characteristics of the schools with the best ROI?
Some insights from The Rape of the Mind.
It’s worth pondering the role of helicopter-parenting.
I always roll my eyes when I hear liberal arts professors today defending general requirements and expounding on the glories of a broad education.
Protestor madness at Yale and Missouri are just the latest examples.
Parent-child reading times – even into the teen years – are one of the best ways to turn your child into a well-rounded and educated reader.
How can you ensure your child is reading high quality and worthwhile material?
John Dewey had a lot of praise for communist education in Russia.
“Mom, I have to get out of my history class and transfer to another. I’m never going to learn anything because the kids are so disruptive.”
Would we see American writing ability increase if these three elements were restored to the classroom?
Have we done ourselves a disservice in thinking that college is the only way to go?
Edward Bernays was surprisingly transparent when sharing his perspective.
Religion has always been a thorny issue in US schools.
The poverty excuse is a "crutch that’s unfounded in evidence."
Education is more than school.
The heads of many tech companies exercise a lot of oversight of their children’s use of electronics. Should other parents do the same?
From Ken Robinson's 2006 talk "Do Schools Kill Creativity?"