Maybe some day, scientists will evolve into philosophers. Only then will they be able to tell what the real difference between animals and humans is
Why don’t our politicians and others begin a campaign to "revalorize fathers and men?" Such a campaign would cost little money but might bring great gains in nearly all parts of our society.
There are a couple factors at play in the rise of childhood disrespect.
Can a lack of cooking knowledge and skills hinder development in other areas?
Are we getting dumber? Apparently so.
U.S. taxpayers spend nearly $700 billion each year on K-12 public schooling and that eye-popping sum shows no sign of slowing.
Can millennials blame Mr. Rogers for leading them astray?
Play the long-game with networking, and you’ll have a better experience doing it.
Have we gone overboard on the entitlement-attitude toward chores?
Castro's Communist regime has often been praised for improving literacy and health care in Cuba. 60 years of statistics paint a different picture.
John Lennon's "Imagine" will be played again at the Times Square New Year's Eve celebration. For many baby boomers, this song is the new national anthem.
If you are looking for a New Year's Day read, then look no further than Camille Pagilia's Provocations.
Self-confidence comes not by somebody “giving” it to a student. That method quickly fails. Instead, self-confidence results when the person knows they got better at something.
A lot of conservative intellectuals hate Donald Trump. The late Harvard philosopher Robert Nozick's insights help explain this.
More reading suggestions for the serious reader.
At least that's what they're about to teach in one British school district.
There are a number of things that killed scouting.
The recent questioning of the minimum presidential age raises the issue.
“Poverty proofing” is all the rage in the UK as educators have become concerned that lower-income students are facing too much social stigma from their peers in public schools.
Schools ought to teach history, not protest it.
Parents are increasingly required to obey, to conform to a school’s demands even if they believe such orders may not be appropriate for their child.
Emory University history professor Michael Bellesiles published the book Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture. Only it wasn't as academic as it was first thought.
"I would love to homeschool my kids, but I have to work.”
As a parent, you should wonder: What are the schools trying to hide?
How can we ensure that the children in our lives receive toys they actually use, enjoy, and are beneficial for them as well?
Jane Austen describes a world of highly regulated social behavior in which roles and intentions were more clearly communicated than they are tody. Nevertheless, Jane Austen's world is filled with people struggling with the same weaknesses we struggle with today.
Are Americans who admire the world’s most brutal regimes miseducated or stupid?
Put the propaganda aside. There is a right way to familiarize students with important social issues through real literature.