Elements in Horace Mann's thought are reflected in some of the problems faced by today's education system.
Given the facts of declining fertility rates and the trouble they could cause, do we need to reconsider the popular idea that we are overpopulated?
The “Thucydides Trap” makes such a conflict more likely than not in the near future.
Learning from Joost Meerloo, who wrote on brainwashing, indoctrination, and totalitarian states.
Should parents keep toddlers away from screens as much as possible?
Ever heard of the Black Robe Regiment?
Sometimes violence is appropriate.
Based on his advice, does it seem like parents should beware of demanding too much from their children?
Are today's kids suffering from too much structured play?
Some tunes are perfect.
Conservatives like Will have some legitimate gripes, but they still need to come up with a positive vision in regard to the environment.
Studying what you want does not always result in your desired salary, and it may very well result in no job at all.
Teachers in America frequently complain that they are underpaid. But that is not a complaint you will hear from South Korean teacher, Andrew Kim.
The excitement surrounding Pope Francis’ visit to America is the closest Catholics get to Beatlemania.
He was a man famous not only for baseball, but also for his propensity to utter things that made people do a double take.
"For their happiness such a government willingly labors, but it chooses to be the sole agent and the only arbiter of that happiness."
“Honesty is the 1st chapter in the book of wisdom.” – Thomas Jefferson
The practice is called bacha bazi, literally ‘boy play,’ and American soldiers and Marines have been instructed not to intervene.
Laws can reward or punish irresponsibility.
I suspect that it is so hurtful because it strikes so closely to what has traditionally been thought of as a primary goal of human beings: communion.
The greatest threat that homeschooling poses to the government system is its diversity, its resiliency, and its undisputed academic success.
At least we're entertained.
We worry that fewer children today are developing that creative and entrepreneurial spirit on which America was built.
Given these results, might it be wise to reconsider support for universal preschool programs?
Check out this reading list and faith statement from Oberlin's 1915 Catalogue.
There's honor in all honest work.
We live in an age that attempts to build upward by destroying foundations.
Is it possible that simply teaching young people to address their elders by last name would help to restore some level of respect for authority while also building up the family unit?