If You Want to Change Someone’s Attitude, Start With Your Own

Offering encouragement in a discouraging world can be a revolutionary act. If you want to change someone’s attitude, start with your own.

Anonymous Student Gives Exhausted Teacher a Thanksgiving Boost

The tale of an overworked, disillusioned teacher and a shocking act of conscientiousness from an anonymous teen that revitalized her commitment to the classroom.

Call for Submissions – For the Love of Men

Who are your male role models? The guys who impact your life in a positive way; the guys you look up to and admire?

Coach Won’t Stop Leading Prayers Despite Punishment

The conversation continues as people grapple with how to appropriately express their religion in school and work environments.

In Attacking Charters, Hillary Clinton Reverses Course on School Choice – and Turns Her Back On Many Black Supporters

Siding with teachers unions over charter schools is bad news for many minority students… and bad news for Hillary Clinton’s campaign, writes Cynthia Tucker Haynes.

Finding Time to Read

The simple pleasure of reading often gets forgotten in the daily grind.

Creating Sexually Healthy Young Men: A Cultural Failure

Dr. Andrew Smiler discusses why we think so little of male sexuality. — When it comes to dating and sex, American don’t think highly of young men. Perhaps it’s all those politicians tweeting di** pics, all the male celebrities cheating on their partners, the perpetual stories of male undergrads assaulting their female peers, or the […]

The Dad’s Guide to Developing Creative Kids

5 strategies to set them up for long-term success.

How Will Education Be Different in 100 Years?

What and how will children be learning 100 years from now?

How To Use Trigger Warnings

Patrick Paglen discusses when trigger warnings are and are not appropriate.

Are You Engaging Your Listeners or Alienating Them?

Are people shutting down when you try to make your point? The problem isn’t them.

Why it’s Wrong for Pediatricians to Eliminate Daily Screen Time Recommendations

What does more screen time mean for your children?

The Most Important 2016 Election Issue No One is Talking About: Education

Where are the education questions? Do people not see the problems or the inherent inequality? Jessicah Lahitou explores why not.

Outlaws, Trolls and Berserkers: Meet the Hero-Monsters of the Icelandic Sagas

Where does the monster end and the human begin?

A Culture of Cheating at the University?

What does the prevalence of cheating say about our society?

In South Africa: Students Protest Tuition Hikes

Thousands of South African university students have taken to the streets in the biggest unified student protests since the first democratic elections in 1994.