Recognized Schools for Children with Autism

Selecting a school for an autistic child, especially one who is not high-functioning, is a heavy responsibility. The decision may have a profound and long-lasting impact […]

E.D. Hirsch on Education Reform

E.D. Hirsch, Jr., now retired, was until recently Professor of English and of Education and Humanities at the University of Virginia. He is the author […]

Some Thoughts on Grade Inflation

A recent article in the Chicago Tribune (here) recounted the difficulty that many seemingly excellent high school students (judging by their GPAs) encounter when they […]

Gustavo Dudamel and El Sistema

Classical music lovers will probably know that Gustavo Dudamel is the recently appointed music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. But all those interested in […]

Geoffrey Canada Interview

As many of you will know, Geoffrey Canada is the founder, President, and CEO of Harlem Children’s Zone, a multifaceted educational effort based on the […]

Thoughts on “Super Teachers”

Anyone who has read a newspaper or looked at a television news program in the last few years is well aware that the American public […]

Boys and Elementary Education

Many statistics indicate that boys as a group are not flourishing in today’s elementary school environment. For example: Suspension rate for boys = 2.5 × […]

Degree Finder