If the top-tier Democratic presidential candidates had their way, the homosexual fairy tale book, King and King, would be deemed appropriate for all second graders.
Articles By: Deborah Lambert
Schools respond to high stakes testing with low impact homework.
A professor at the U. Of Southern California has devised a procedure for integrating “educational role-playing games into the classroom.”
Needham, Mass. High School principal Paul Richards made Yoga a graduation requirement.
A San Francisco area middle school recently cancelled a “gender-switch” day in response to complaints from parents.
If you think the level of academic conferences can’t sink any lower, read on.
Public schools may look like they were inspired by him but at least one teacher cannot recognize the visage of Karl Marx.
There’s a growing interest in faith and spirituality among students that’s difficult to ignore.
Fresh from the agony of the rape scandal, Duke University’s respected Fuqua School of Business appears to mired in a cheating scandal that won’t go away.
During the flower-power years, the whole idea was to make tedious chores like math “fun.” Now, we’re paying the price.