The Invest in Kids Act should be expanded, not gutted, if politicians legitimately care about improving school performance––especially for poor kids.
Psychology recognizes that people are most dangerous not when we feel like bullies but when we feel like victims. So today’s anti-bullying programs make everyone amplify slights.
Jamel Myles’s blood is on his bullies’ hands, but it is not on their hands only. It is on the hands of every single tastemaker who is turning him into a martyr for their sexual cause celebre.
With increased anxiety and suicide among children, combined with shifts to giant-sized schools, kids’ public school experience today is nothing like that of their parents.
As I watched Michelle Wolf perform her treatment on America the other night, I couldn’t help but wonder if some kind of dysfunction got her to this point.
Will Leitch’s father failed him that day. No man teaches his son to shoot by handing him a 20-gauge shotgun, with no instruction on its operation, and telling him to fire away.
The correlation between public school environments and the deteriorating mental health of children has been intensifying for decades.
In the hands of a more class-warrior director, the film would highlight the bullies’ privilege. Stephen Chbosky’s priorities, however, are universal in scope.
Dunham isn’t content to publicly lecture about trans issues. She wants to punish people who disagree with her, going after their jobs without so much as a conversation with them.
The series covers suicide, alcohol abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, driving while intoxicated, and more, giving parents easy jumping-off points for discussion with their teens.
For all its distress over teen suicides, the secular media is completely silent on the most crucial element of these tragedies.
Anti-bullying programs depend on dividing and labeling children into categories.
The leaked John Doe documents show the same old story: a Democratic Party that regularly engages in criminal political misconduct.
Gay, lesbian, and bisexual teens are more likely to engage in risky sex, substance abuse, and violence, finds a new Centers for Disease Control study. They are less likely to wear seat belts or eat breakfast, and more likely to attempt suicide.
Various progressive factions have undertaken an effort to criminalize dissent using the courts and statutory law.
Anderson Cooper’s bullying of same-sex marriage opponents isn’t tough journalism but an example of media cowardice in the face of Islamist violence.
Proponents of injecting men into women’s safe spaces can harass women on Facebook, but Facebook shuts their victims down. Talk about blaming the victim.
That’s why you should make your kids watch the Super Bowl.
We’re supposed to believe both that women never flinch when considering abortions and that they can’t buy their own birth control. New research shows that’s absurd.
President Obama has said that he hopes the next generation will be more empathetic. I hope that, instead, we can model and teach compassion to our children
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