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How Teachers Are Doing Violenc...

Jan 20, 2017 by

Daniel Lattier – My friend’s daughter attends a local school with a classical curriculum, where they are now reading Geoffrey...

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British Study Explains What Pu...

Jan 19, 2017 by

Annie Holmquist – It’s always been considered important to train children in the hard, concrete, academic skills such as math,...

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High School Apprenticeships: A...

Jan 18, 2017 by

Annie Holmquist – It’s no secret that the college degree has long been considered a path to success. It’s also no secret that...

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Not Everyone Has the Same Capa...

Jan 17, 2017 by

According to Albert Jay Nock, America’s theory of education is off. Daniel Lattier – In America, since the first half of...

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Populism Has Finally Beat Prog...

Jan 14, 2017 by

Chuck Chalberg – With a Trump presidency at hand an inescapable historical irony deserves to be noted. If there was a time in...

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The Problem With Defining Cert...

Jan 13, 2017 by

Is it time to do away with hyphenated hate? Peter W. Laberee – We would all like to live in a world without hate. Indeed, most...

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American Studies All ‘Ra...

Jan 12, 2017 by

A once ‘vibrant and useful discipline’ has experienced a sad decline, writes Charles Kupfer. Charles Kupfer – My...

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The PC Thought Police Zero in ...

Jan 10, 2017 by

Martin Cothran – It is of the nature of modern secular ideologies that they can’t ignore the least deviation from their...

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Apprenticeships Are Leading a ...

Jan 9, 2017 by

Isaac Morehouse – There is a revolution happening in higher education. It’s happening without fanfare. It’s in what futurist...

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Teacher Explains Why Schools C...

Jan 5, 2017 by

Annie Holmquist – In recent years, a number of Americans have been awaking to the realization that today’s children are not...

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College Shouldn’t Be Considere...

Jan 5, 2017 by

Annie Holmquist – One of the first big education stories to hit headlines in 2017 was the announcement that New York state will...

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Wise (and Timeless) Advice fro...

Jan 2, 2017 by

Rudyard Kipling’s outspoken views on the foreign and domestic policies of his day guaranteed him some powerful enemies. Lawrence Reed...

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Queen Elizabeth’s Savvy Respon...

Dec 29, 2016 by

A 400-year-old lesson in realpolitik. Jon Miltimore – In late September 1579, Queen Elizabeth received a satin bag that...

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Education in America Before th...

Dec 23, 2016 by

Daniel Lattier – Before America’s public education system was created around 1840, the vast majority of Americans were...

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Failure to Launch: Young Ameri...

Dec 22, 2016 by

Nearly 40 percent of young Americans lived with their parents or other relatives in 2015, the highest percentage since 1940. Jon...

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Study: Children of ‘Authoritat...

Dec 19, 2016 by

Annie Holmquist – Last Christmas, family practice doctor Leonard Sax made waves when he declared that parental authority is in...

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What if teenagers can’t even r...

Dec 19, 2016 by

A teacher’s letter to the editor will send chills down your spine. The teacher’s words are two years old now, but still deeply...

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Student: Progressives Perverti...

Dec 14, 2016 by

Annie Holmquist – This last year has seen a number of university professors speak out and tell their students that it’s time to...

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The Best Writing Program? Math...

Dec 14, 2016 by

Martin Cothran – In her recent article at Intellectual Takeout, Annie Holmquist gives three reasons why college freshman...

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C.S. Lewis’ ‘Lost’ Parable on ...

Dec 9, 2016 by

Annie Holmquist – C.S. Lewis was famous for taking ordinary topics, injecting them with an unexpected twist of thought, and...

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