Gay-Straight Alliances exist to give kids a safe space. Outing them to parents, even for the simple reason of joining the club as an ally, is unsafe.
Society now values education more than ever, with more and more people choosing to pursue a higher education. Have you ever wondered which countries have the most educated people? Read this article to find out.
Among the many methods people have talked about for protecting our children from guns, gun owners are saying “arm our teachers.” But is this a good idea?
Public education might be the last resort for children of color to constructively assimilate into American society, but there is an enormous disjoint looming over America’s educational itinerary.
This article looks at the main arguments for and against using physical means of punishment in schools. Here are both the pros and the cons of the debate.
One of the most significant controversies which has emerged in education has to do with cell phones. More specifically…should cell phones be allowed in school? There are pros and cons to both sides.
Did you know the United States holds many of the world's records for school shootings? Or that our first school shooting took place in 1764? Learn this and much more with this in depth article.
The Obamas are no stranger to giving commencement addresses. They are scheduled to deliver virtual addresses to high school and college graduates of 2020.
Public education is meant to impose conformity on the young and to give the state power over them. However, the purpose of free education is to empower the individual.
Moral values are too often missing from our educational curricula today. While it is crucial that students gain knowledge and skills in school, it is just as important that they also take on moral virtues such as love, honesty, hard work, and compassion.
This article examines Catholic schools and the role of a Catholic school teacher in imparting moral values. Our children, as agents of change, can improve society with an outpouring of moral virtues.
The principle of a meritocratic school system is often applied to Scotland; to what extent can this be claimed or supported?
In an age where parents are increasingly shirking their responsibilities in bringing up children, it is the teacher's responsibility to assist in developing the moral values of students.