Education

A True Test: In Defense of the SAT
Critics say the SAT puts minorities at a disadvantage in college admissions, but without it those groups would do even worse.
September 04, 2014

When it comes to standardized testing, what we need is more rather than less.

Catholic Schools Are Brazenly Firing Pregnant Lesbian Teachers
And they're using morality as a defense
September 04, 2014

And they're using morality as a defense.

Feminism's Real First Wave Was America's Early Teachers
An interview with Dana Goldstein, author of 'The Teacher Wars'
September 03, 2014

An interview with Dana Goldstein, author of 'The Teacher Wars.'

Want to Fix Obama's Bad Education Policy? Start With These Two New Books
The problem with the Left's embrace of center-Right policies
September 02, 2014

The left has embraced center-right strategies for fixing education. But do they work? 

College Football Is Ruining Education
And the NFL is profiting from it
August 23, 2014

College football is one of America's fastest-growing industries. 

The Future of College Is Not As Bleak As You Think
August 21, 2014

"Is College Doomed?" asks The Atlantic. No, it's not.

Your Criticism of My Ivy League Takedown Further Proves My Point
August 16, 2014

My goal was to start a debate. That certainly has happened.

Making Money Shouldn't Be the Purpose of a College Education
Money magazine's college rankings are the most pernicious yet
July 29, 2014

Money magazine's college rankings are the most pernicious yet.

An Attack on the Ivy League Is an Attack on Meritocracy Itself
July 28, 2014

Ivy League schools tend to reward values and ideals that Americans would do well to rally behind.

I'm a Laborer's Son. I Went to Yale. I Am Not "Trapped in a Bubble of Privilege."
July 28, 2014

The New Republic's Ivy League takedown ignored financial-aid students.

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