My mom claims the reason she chose to have a big family can be traced to The Waltons. Set in West Virginia during the Depression, the show follows its titular family through the rural woes of the time period. (I suspect John Boy, played by Richard Thompson, was the original draw for my mom, who…
A recent Wall Street Journal article proves the laudable & illustrious outlet isn’t above using clickbait to capture eyeballs. But even the REAL premise of their story is problematic.
The American dream has been defined down for Korean war deserter Philip Narby, a paranoid young man who may or may not be on a government mission to stop Castro
“Losing handwriting is part of a greater societal push to diminish self- expression through the vehicle of the arts.”
According to Harvard scientists, verbal interaction – starting on baby’s very first day of life – shapes her brain’s “architecture.”
Dwayne Bryant uses events from his past to teach black students strategies for interacting with police, while challenging law enforcement to rethink their approach to community policing.
It is unjustifiable to impute parents with racial animus for wanting a high-quality school for their children.
Learning pragmatic classroom skills is not worthless, but the evidence suggests teachers with content-specific expertise provide higher academic achievement for students.
Hey college reject: you are not alone. And it’s going to be okay.
The organization has focused on five key goals to help bring about meaningful improvements in education and opportunity for millions of students.
Funding can help struggling schools, but it’s not the easy solution many claim.
The inimitable Broadway musical is a source of political inspiration, but perhaps its greatest achievement is recasting America itself.
The Secretary of Education has been an abysmal communicator, but some of her policies themselves deserve a listen.
After a recent tour of a Dallas preschool, I’m wondering just how overly “structured” classrooms are for Texas Kindergartners.
Research shows students learn more when they leave their smart phones at home. So why isn’t that the default policy?
A short rant on why “low fat” and “fat free” products should be taken off the product lines for kids’ snacks and drinks.