Self-Regulation

American Schools Are Failing Nonconformist Kids. Here’s How
In defense of the wild child
September 02, 2013

Self-regulation is the new ideal for American school children. It does away with traditional discipline and encourages students to control their own impulses. But it turns out kids may be better off when they're allowed to act their age.

On Our Cover: In Defense of the Wild Child
August 30, 2013

This week's cover story, by Elizabeth Weil, documents a new and disturbing trend in childhood education: emotional self-regulation.