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.
An artist’s representation of how different people are involved in bullying.
Jennifer Berkshire (EduShyster) talks to Education Cities’ Ethan Gray about the new Education Equality Index, and challenges him to accompany her to the #1 gap-closing city in the USA: Omaha, Nebraska. (Spoiler alert: he accepts!)
Students are told from a young age that the only way to get ahead is to go to college. And that’s bad advice, says writer Neil Swidey, in an interview with Jennifer Berkshire.
Education changes lives and minds of people. Ken Goldstein asks you to join him in making the stride to increase opportunities of learning.
If schools produce dramatic gains but leave students feeling scared, and scarred, are they still successful? An eighth grader poses some tough questions…
It is important to have a clear school policy on pupil phone use, to inform parents about this and to explain the reasoning behind it.
Donovan Livingston’s speech in poem form recounts the difficulties black Americans have historically faced seeking an education.
Imagine a school with no year levels or set curriculum – could it work?
Bullying leads to both short-term and long-term adverse consequences.