On this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour, Emily Jashinsky and Spencer Brown share the most unbelievable courses and topics being taught on college campuses.
Author Mary Rice Hasson argues that public schools are now poisonous for the hearts and minds of children from religious families of every faith.
Increasing evidence supports the common sense intuition that when you tie teachers’ hands on maintaining order, bad things will happen to kids.
Harvard’s James Simpson and likeminded scholars have selectively wielded their theoretical chainsaws to disfigure the humanities into hideous totems of ideology and politics.
As you know, back in 2018 the voters of Iowa decided to make summer camp compulsory—and for good reason.
More than 7 in 10 millennial parents support the ability of parents to control their child’s education spending. But they keep voting for politicians who refuse to give parents that power.
As homeschooling has grown, parents have used their freedoms to come up with models of schooling that explode the conventional, ‘factory model’ of schooling.
Most college students study and sit in class less than 20 hours per week. They spend three times that amount on leisure activities.
Segregation is not the problem; it’s a symptom. The real problem is that the ability of people from different races, cultures, and experiences to share ideas is breaking down.
A new mini-documentary examines censorship culture at Brown University and the anti-free speech movement at institutions of higher education.
New guidelines for a European history class the nation’s advanced high-school students take will educate a generation of American citizens to be bone-ignorant about Europe.
One way to attack Western civilization is to change the learning environment from a quiet, contemplative one to a busy, communal one.
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