In this piece, a high school teacher explains her approach to teaching Shakespeare and rejects claims that she is taking part in “cancel culture.”
In the fight between talent and hard work, hard work usually wins.
The end of high school brings a mixed bag of emotions and feelings, excitement and fear.
Is the natural world a better place for young children to learn than the classroom? Read to learn about the benefits some researchers see in providing preschoolers with an outdoor education.
In his 2005 commencement address at Stanford University, Steve Jobs tells graduating students that the key to his success was finding out what he loved.
Why are American students falling behind those of most other developed nations? The author of this blog entry argues that one important reason is the popularity of our high school athletic programs.
Students should be encouraged to work hard at school. But at what point does the pressure to succeed become counterproductive?
Finland has one of the most successful education systems in the world, whereas the United States remains mired in the middle. What is Finland doing differently, and why aren’t we trying it?