Forcing universities to compete with each other is a bad idea. What we need is a Teaching Happiness Framework In The Methods of Ethics, a book read only by philosophers with an overdeveloped sense of the
Harvard study: Children who start school early more likely to get ADHD diagnosis — even if they don’t have it
Harvard University researchers have found that children who start school up to a year sooner than many of their peers are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD — even if they don’t really have the condition.
The education world has long been filled with debate about how to improve troubled schools and help kids succeed academically and otherwise. Better teachers? Better school resources? Better school buildings
When was the last time you sat down with a pencil and paper and drew something? For many of us the answer is high school art class or that Paint and Sip evening you went to a while back. Aside from professionals
An education is supposed to prepare you for the future. Traditionally, that meant learning certain facts and skills, like when Columbus discovered America or how to do multiplication and long division.
Predictions about higher education’s future often result in two very different visions about what is next for colleges and universities. In one camp: those who paint a rosy picture of an economy that continue
It’s shameful that our children are still so computer illiterate. Let’s give them the skills to take on the tech giants, and create a more democratic internet Three years ago, before the Brexit dreams
To many, increasing automation and the unprecedented pace of technological changes mean kids need more than just academic skills to succeed. They need confidence and motivation to tackle problems, interpersonal