Since the 1980s, the humanities have been particularly vulnerable to funding cuts. It is time to make the case for the humanities, and for higher education generally.
CARES is supposed to help schools that serve the poor. A new directive from the Department of Education threatens to impoverish them. Derek W. Black writes.
Scottish Gaelic learning is on the rise. A short history of how a clever linguist laid the foundations.
Children’s creativity and competence grows when they were allowed to drive their own learning while being supported by adults. Kerry McDonald writes.
Outdated methods and over-emphasis on testing have ruined public schools. Paul Boyce on how to reform the system.
Rather than criticizing teenagers as lazy and in need of more control and structure, we should recognize the ways our culture infantilizes its teens. Kerry McDonald writes.
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