10 Pieces of Advice for Male Graduates

Believe in yourself and don’t bail on your dreams at the first feelings of discomfort.

Challenging the Invisible Man

Reflections from a Psychotherapist on Supporting Men to Reach Out to Other Men for Emotional Support.

One Man Left Me Unprepared to Be a Dad

Fatherhood should be a learned skill. What happens when the teacher quits?

Is Two Hours of Screen Time Really Too Much for Kids?

One of the most frustrating issues modern parents face is how to manage children’s screen time.

Passive Learning: The Forgotten Skill

Learning is only enjoyable when you remember to have fun with it.

7 Ways for a Man to Shatter His Comfort Zone with Cold Showers

Cold showers aren’t just for horny teenagers anymore. There are some serious health benefits if used correctly.

Thug Life?

Joseph Myers shares his vision for educational and racial equality.

This Personal Tragedy Gave Me a Mission to Save Our Youth

I knew the importance of these challenges, but his death prompted me to do something about it.

Donald Trump and the Politics of Bullying

What message do we send our youth about their right to bully others when we support a candidate like Trump?

Best Summer Plan for Your Kid: Ditch the Schedule

Research and kids agree: the best summers are full of free play. Lose the schedule this year.

4 Ways to Overcome Anger and Abuse

The dad gig is a tough one. It’s even worse if you didn’t have great examples in your childhood.

Gifted Children in Africa’s Urban Slums are a Precious and Untapped Resource

Gifted children in poor areas of Africa’s cities are unlikely to make it to secondary school. Here’s why.

Another Crazy Idea that Just Might Totally Improve Education

Giving classroom teachers time to reflect on their craft, offer students meaningful feedback, and plan awesomely grand lessons will require a radical change to the status quo.

7 Wellness Tips for 21st Century Men

I was forever curious about people’s behavior and the thoughts that preceded their actions.

The Most Powerful Lesson My Students Ever Taught Me

Middle school teacher, Wisdom Amouzou, shared with his students an emotionally traumatic story from his past. The result? Healing and empowerment for all.

Wanted: Support for First Year Teachers

The first year teaching can feel like trying to complete the LSAT while running a marathon, all under constant threat of bear attack. A different approach to supporting first-year teachers is needed, stat.