Have we abandoned a logical approach to education?
There are at least seven reasons people aren’t so keen.
During my sophomore year of high school, a mandatory lesson for the entire school was scheduled regarding the concept of being an ally towards those who were labeled as being marginalized.
In their effort to right wrongs, the Social Justice warriors often commit the very evil they are attempting to erase.
Today, our young students in school resemble the illiterate peasants of the Middle Ages more and more.
With the development of modern multi-spectral imaging, the burnt scrolls of Herculaneum are just beginning to be deciphered. But today's students don't need multi-spectral imaging to gain wisdom.
Resilience depends not only on what happens to us but how we interpret what happens to us.
On this topic, schools are performing back-flips to avoid the obvious.
He had a lot of them.
Modern egalitarianism has begun to go against everything previous understandings of equality stood for.
Those in the medical community are beginning to speak up about the dangers of helping children transition to the opposite sex.
As debate director Helen Morgan-Parmett explained, "'There is also a lot of sexual predation that happens in the debate community.'"
A letter Abraham Lincoln allegedly wrote to his son's school teacher on the first day of class is quite charming. There's one big problem with it, however.
It’s all well and good to praise a girl for being a success in school, but when we do so, we should also consider the message it sends to her.
It’s the parents who have changed. It’s the parents who have put their own happiness above the best interests of their kids.
Its contributions to cultural literacy make a pretty strong case.
Tenure now offers a professor no protection if a college administrator decides that his or her speech amounts to "sexual harassment."
True discipline is self-imposed.
It’s a sad commentary on American childhood when we need laws to protect parents from persecution for letting their kids walk, play, or stay unsupervised.
Social psychology tells us that movements like March for Our Lives are unlikely to change anything.
Students accepted will attend a three-day seminar followed by nine weeks of internship at the offices of Intellectual Takeout.
According to the NAEP, less than 25% of both public and private school students are considered proficient in Civics by Grade 12. Only 12% are considered proficient in U.S. History!
It can be quite tempting for parents who want to see their child succeed in everything to interfere and do the work for the child.
The anti-gun movement’s elevation of these students to the status of celebrities merits scrutiny.
The late NYU Professor Neil Postman said all people must choose whether to be an Athenian or a Visigoth. But how does one tell one from the other?
The surrounding environment has less to do with it than we've been told.
A new $5 million federal program will bring free digital textbooks to students.
Gun ownership is not our problem.