Apparently, “abortion” is like talking about Jesus or the Buddha — forbidden, as though it’s a form of proselytizing, instead of a fundamental healthcare option.
Wisdom Amouzou is on a mission to empower his students through entrepreneurship, so they can go on to change a corrupt and inequitable system.
Is this another “Church vs. State” stunt or a real call to action for philosophical and religious education?
Children express creativity through ‘pretend play.’
Zero tolerance policies have been found to increase racial disparities
About the attacks on Turkey’s social fabric.
What’s the impact of violence on screen?
The truth? What we believe to be the truth changes over time…
Why should kids get suspended in preschool?
Students for Fair Admissions filed suit against Harvard College on behalf of a Chinese-American applicant.
Is there a bright future for millennials? I asked Robert Kiyosaki (International Bestselling Author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad).
Summer learning loss is real, but never fear! Margaret Ozemet has solutions to keeping your son’s mind working through this seasonal hiatus.
Has a changing world affected what attracts educated workers?
The mark of an excellent teacher is that we remember how he treated us beyond the lecture and beyond the years.
Parent and early childhood educator Jamila Carter warns that the emphasis on strict discipline and control in urban schools can stifle kids’ creativity and natural desire to learn.
Researcher Joanne Golann tells the EduShyster (Jennifer Berkshire) that no-excuses charters are teaching low-income students to defer to authority and hold back their opinions—the opposite of what they’ll need to succeed in college and life.