Only 57% of 10th graders can read at grade level.
Another mass shooting, another round of handwringing in the United States about gun control and adolescent mental health.
Many quotes have been misattributed to Einstein in an attempt to give them authority. These are 10 he actually uttered.
Would such a move cheapen the electoral process and make elections become more of a popularity contest?
There are 8 exceptions to the rule.
Here's one theory.
What if those As and Bs on your child's report card don't give a true picture of your child's progress?
Longfellow's beauty is worth your time.
Three educators will discuss their views and experiences on character education.
History, it seems, ends up repeating itself. The same thing happened in Ancient Greece.
Has the push to send every kid to college left employers with a low-knowledge and untrained employee pool?
It's not what most folks probably think.
Given the fact that only 30% of Americans say they are engaged in their jobs, it would seem that we have handily ignored Mike Rowe’s advice.
Islamic society is even more fragile than Europe.
What’s driving our depression?
One of the most profitable industries in which to be employed? The federal government.
Many no longer bat an eye over the fact that their commute to the office could take an hour each way.
A growing number of school districts are outsourcing recess duty to Oakland-based company Playworks.
The American dream has been downsized.
The baby boomer retirements have begun.
In the U.S., it’s commonly believed that philosophy is too complex for high school students. But in the history of the West, that’s actually a fairly recent notion, and not one universally held.
Contrary to what The Atlantic wants you to think, there was a strong national culture that supported the right to self-defense.
America’s system of welfare was once run through “mutual aid societies,” which brought small, local groups of individuals together to help their neighbors with money and other support in times of need.
A sympathetic psychologist agreed to put a couple of drops of drain cleaner in each of her eyes.
Play is a natural desire for kids, after all.
There’s a lot we can learn from our 30th president.
Maybe we need more training in thinking and reflecting, and less in being critical.