From Allan Bloom's bestselling book, "The Closing of the American Mind."
Here's how C.S. Lewis developed into the great novelist...
The development of the program is timely, as American students are in desperate need of help with their writing. Currently, only 27% of them are proficient.
Let’s talk about root causes.
Would today’s students be better off if we provided and encouraged more hands-on and practical training program options in the United States?
Jewish scholarship was dead. In its place came empty discussions...
Does the modern rejection of classical languages contribute to falling proficiency in public schools?
You do not read good books ... so that you can do well on a test and secure a prestigious job and then die.
John Harvard probably read all of them - and he died at 31!
Much progress has been made, but...
Should homeschool families be able to continue to use their property as they see fit - at any time of the day?
Both men and women who want families need to make smart decisions about college.
Three education tips to grow a young mind.
“Intelligence plus character--that is the goal of true education.”
In case it wasn't already apparent that life is not fair...
The state of Minnesota has a problem with minority parents finding majority minority schools that work.
Oh, and older college graduates are smarter than young ones.
High school sports spectators are the latest victims in our ban-happy culture.
Perhaps it's time to pass fairness on to our teachers.
Sixty-one percent of parents say they don't have time.
Apparently, the man behind the ACORN sting videos is now set on taking down a new foe: the Common Core Standards.
Declining college enrollment could be a sign that people are entering into the workforce sooner.
Time for parents to slow down and invest time and conversation in their little ones?
Writing proficiency scores declined when students wrote essays with computers rather than pencil and paper.
Do we need more of these around?
A private school for LGBT kids is opening in Atlanta, but tuition is $13k.
Are we setting them up for academic burnout and failure?
Public discourse might be more civil if we followed Franklin's example.