One of the more interesting books I read in 2018 was Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt’s The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure.
American higher education benefits from competition and diversity of its schools.
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In his recent book, The Case Against Education, George Mason University Professor of Economics Bryan Caplan asks readers a hypothetical question to illustrate the value of signaling vs. genuine education in the context of a 4-year university.
The U.S. must stop pouring more tax dollars into a failing education system.
Attempts to cross the political divide can have inspiring results.
The internet can be a noisy place. Sometimes just logging into social media feels like stepping onto a battlefield, except nobody knows who’s on which team and what the teams even mean anymore.
Many parents lament the quality of public schools in their area, but feel their children are trapped in those districts. For the 2015–2016 school year, America as a whole boasted a graduation rate of 84 percent, the highest in recent years.
Even though government schools have serious flaws, many parents are reluctant to gamble on new learning models. On the other hand, American parents can overcome the obstacles to innovation.