Government freebies foster mediocre education — and expensive mediocre education, at that.
Surprisingly, children prefer to work and solve problems, rather than play or pretend. This is one of the revelations in Charlotte Cushman’s book on the Montessori Method.
Focusing only on Professor Gruber’s arrogance, we ignore the more important fact that he is highly representative of the academic mindset — the people who are brainwashing our youngsters.
You can’t have it both ways, Jeb. Either the federal government controls the whole thing, or it doesn’t.
Colleges admitting underperforming black students conceal, foster and perpetuate the educational damages done to these youngsters in their earlier education.
Homeschoolers do just fine. Somehow, without government control, they prosper.
Universities ought to pay athletes a competitive salary in line with everyone else involved in college sports.
Nothing is easier than to prove that America, or any other society of human beings, is far from being the perfect gem that any of us can conjure up in our imagination.
Many teachers, at all grades, use their classroom for environmental, anti-war, anti-capitalist and anti-parent propaganda.
A child can be years behind schedule in beginning to speak and yet go on to have a perfectly normal life.
Government intervention has done for the higher educational marketplace what it did for the real estate marketplace a decade back — created a bubble.
Bogus courses, silencing free speech and hatred of anything not “progressive” — this is what your college tuition pays for.
New York schools that achieve excellence in education are under attach by unions, community “leaders” and the “progressive” elite.
Americans fall easy prey to charlatans of all stripes because of the education establishment’s success in dumbing down the nation.
The average parent has no idea of the devious indoctrination going on in classrooms in many public schools. What follows are some of the lessons of the conference.
Why are college campus rapists not reported to the police and prosecuted in a court of law?
Too many of today’s “educators” see students as a captive audience for them to manipulate and propagandize.
Objective observers see a bureaucratic, inefficient, and hopelessly out of touch ivory tower that is bleeding the country of its savings, and more tragically, its intellectual acuity.