Written by Bruce Price
Our Education Establishment, in plain sight, is doing a second-rate job. Who, we should ask, is in charge of this train wreck, and what motivates them?
First, let’s add up the evidence. The fifty million functional illiterates. The one million dyslexics. The poor performance against international ...
Written by Ray Peach
On February 8th, 2012, Bishop McFadden (b. 1947) of the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, commented on the demand that all students be taught exactly what the state wants, without exception. He went on to say, “In the totalitarian government, they would love our system. This is what Hitler ...
Written by John Goodman
You know we have entered the silly season when a major national debate gets underway over whether people should be given something for free that they could easily pay for out-of-pocket. Take the decision of the Obama administration to force Catholic universities, hospitals and charities to provide ...
Written by sam adams
There are important things to know about drug addiction treatment.
The first is that addiction is a fundamental and obsessive compulsion disorder. This originates outside of consciousness, or from the unconscious mind. Breaking this compulsive sequence of behaviors is extremely difficult and ...
Written by American Dream
With each passing year, the difference between America's prisons and America's public schools becomes smaller and smaller.
As you read the rest of this article, you will be absolutely amazed at some of the crazy things that school children in America are being arrested for.
When I was growing ...
Written by Eagle Forum
Numerous states currently struggling in the midst of steep education budget cuts may have more fiscal problems than they realize. Though 45 states rushed to adopt Common Core standards in the past two years, many have not taken the time to evaluate what the adoption of these standards will cost ...
Written by The Galen Institute
Written by Bruce Deitrick Price
Once upon a time, a reader was someone who could say the words on a page.
Readers didn’t leave out words that were there, or add words that were not there. Nor did readers make wild guesses or weird substitutions. Lastly, real readers never read words backwards.
These bizarre actions, which ...
Written by Eagle Forum
President Obama's student-lending reforms promise dramatic changes to the way students pay for college. And while some believe the new system will help the millions of students and graduates whose student loan debt now outpaces national consumer credit card debt, others are wary of the legal, ...