by | Aug 22, 2019

The saddest and most profound transformation I have witnessed nationwide in my many decades in higher education is professors’ increasing fear of college students. This fear, borne of the increasing power of undergraduates’ influence on professors’ careers through invalid teaching…

by | Mar 2, 2018

In the second grade, a boy attacked my teacher. Ms. F ended up with a cut lip (she had braces) and bruised ego, hair askew. The Troubled Kid ended up out of the class, but that wasn’t until after a…

by | Dec 13, 2017

What makes the average grade-school child happy? Not necessarily notching a high score on a math test, if the results of a little study recently featured in Education Week, the education establishment’s paper of record, are to be believed. The…

by | May 25, 2017

Dozens of states across the country are pursuing education savings accounts, or ESAs. These innovative school choice tools empower parents to customize their child’s education. ESAs are flexible spending accounts controlled by parents and administered by the state and can…

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