Articles in Education
The real tragedy is that there isn’t enough CRT in the classroom.
Multiple points of view are valuable in many domains, but consensus is often critical.
Conservatives are furious that Princeton has dropped a Latin and Greek requirement. But far from a reduction in standards, it’s a way of improving and expanding classics education.
The last year has exposed the limitations of teaching with tech.
Across the country, institutions have made it clear they value tuition dollars over public safety.
Even when their admissions processes aren’t corrupt, elite universities provide little benefit to society at large.
A new book argues that socialism is necessary because innate differences in intelligence expose meritocracy as a sham. Socialism is indeed good, but this particular argument fails utterly.
Of all the corners we cut when distributing public funds, the effects on education may be the most insidious and unjust.
The loneliness and sterility of children’s “educational” videos in the Trump era.
The fight over free education is much older than you think.
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