Changes in schools, testing, and the workplace have conditioned us to undervalue the intelligence of laborers.
Donald Trump will fall eventually, but the high-octane ignorance that fueled his rise will not.
While other book prices have fallen, textbook prices have risen 1,000% since 1977 — but why?
Advocates of government education are right to be worried by the number of homeschool families, but not because homeschooled kids are learning any anti-government ideology at home. The greatest threat that homeschooling poses to the government system is its diversity, its resiliency, and its undisputed academic success.
Turning schools into oppressive fortresses just teaches children to be terrified and insecure.
A 14-year-old student built a digital clock to impress his teachers; they had him arrested and interrogated.
The evidence overwhelmingly shows that students don't learn much in college.
When did it become an acceptable critical stance to condemn a work of art without ever having engaged with it
Lawrence Reed talks with Tom Woods about FEE's new book: Excuse Me, Professor: Challenging the Myths of Progressivism.
Private schools for the poor are growing rapidly throughout the developing world.
Federal student aid makes education more costly and makes the distribution of income more unequal.
Change for the better is coming to higher education. Just don’t expect it to come from Washington.
"Fight for $15" scores a victory for robots and unions against immigrants and young people.
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