Here are ten you will probably find interesting...
Typos either reveal the inability to spell or the need to slow down.
Philosophy now has a diminished role in modern curricula, leaving most people to fend for themselves...
Knowledgeable readers are a dying breed...
An interesting contrast.
Being aware of what's happening is the first step to regaining our intellectual independence.
Several recent examples may shed light on the subject.
A sign that Russians perceive a return to totalitarianism?
Keep that in mind.
Would more parents be better off simply conducting “preschool” at home?
A recent Pew Research study breaks down exactly how parents are attempting to discipline their children.
“Resolve to perform what you ought; perform without fail what you resolve.”
Thomas Jefferson might have the answer.
We need an education system that helps teens reach their full potential.
Technology is never an unmixed blessing.
It’s encouraging to hear that there are still some folks who are seeking to feed their minds and expand their thinking.
Kids need an authority figure, not a friend.
Adolescent brains are primed for learning, but U.S. high schools aren't taking advantage of the opportunity.
3 reasons in particular...
It's a question we should seriously consider...
Given the state of the public schools, such a dramatic flight shouldn't be a surprise.
He's the former New York State Teacher of the Year.
If you’re going to focus on the liberal arts in college, you might as well do it right.
Time to be a simple man?
The more you know...
It can play a crucial role in one's intellectual growth.
Divorce and an absent father are no laughing matter.
How many have you come across in your reading?