The children I teach are indifferent to the adult world.
Have we brought public education down to such a low shelf that average students are now "gifted"?
Is there a way for parents to encourage reading habits in children who may have learned to handle simple texts, but aren’t turning into avid readers?
Can we even agree on these?
Is it any wonder that there's a lack of good men?
The numbers are horrifying.
It’s kind of scary.
Are we ignoring Shakespeare to our detriment?
Our society has a misguided fear of loading children down with “too much responsibility.”
Are parents shortchanging their abilities and their wallets by thinking they have to pay experts in order to foster that development in their child?
Statistics show that nearly three out of four high school seniors are unable to attain proficiency in writing.
Do parents need to begin raising their children to understand that they are not the center of the universe?
Thoughts from a professor on the hook-up culture.
Equality destroyed “Carnegie” the family in favor of Andrew the man.
“Why do [children] ... prefer structured activities to unstructured ones and ... seek adult guidance rather than lead peers on their own?”
Today's men are uninterested in women who act as self-absorbed attention seekers.
Tired of the current order? You need to focus your energies.
There is a movement afoot to drop the T from LGBT.
Who would have thought that childhood could be prolonged this long?
'You cite radical relativism as the downfall of our society, but you don’t offer an alternative.'
Encouraging people to stop cooking is a recipe for disaster.
The answer can be found in a five-letter word that begins with a T.
3 Reasons Why This Is a Problem
New studies suggest the gender wage gap is smaller than commonly believed and may have little to do with discrimination.
Another side effect of the participation trophy and entitlement culture?
How do we continue to exist in a culture that brands traditional morality oppressive?
A historian's book on everyday life in Medieval Europe reveals an interesting portrait.
The Washington Post recently reported on a growing problem afflicting the American workforce: fewer men are participating.