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The Truth About Sexy Teachers Firing female teachers are for bikini pics and private images is not only misogynistic and unfair, it's evidence of a broader misunderstanding of human sexuality.
Don't Blame Rich Kids for Their Parents Imagine figuring out, mid-semester, that your parents committed fraud to get you into your dream school. Not a great feeling.Opinion
The 'Varsity Blues' Scam Should Terrify Parents The 'Varsity Blues' college admissions scam involved rich parents paying to get kids into elite schools. There's a reason they did it and it's not that they're dumb.Opinion
Parents Aren't Preparing Kids for Automation It feels good to laugh about automation and the dire future of the job market. But wouldn't it feel better to do something to protect our kids?Opinion
Americans Give Kids Crappy Role Models It's tempting to tell kids they should admire heroic people. But what they actually need is someone to emulate.
Why Does Child Care Cost More Than College? It's an existential question for many working parents, but the answer is simple: Lack of effective government programs.
Do College Funds Even Make Sense? The question may seem like a no-brainer, but the answer isn't always cut and dry.
Don't Be a Jerk. Keep Your Sick Kid Home. When kids are sick it’s important to keep them from getting other kids sick. That means keeping them home. It’s not easy, but it’s the moral choice.Opinion
The Supreme Court Is Eroding the Rights of Public School Students. Brett Kavanaugh Could Make Things Even Worse. According to Justin Driver, the author of 'The Schoolhouse Gate', the Supreme Court continues to infringe on the rights of school children. Kavanaugh will make matters worse.
The Laziest Teachers in America A Georgia school has reinstated paddling as a disciplinary action, presumably because communicating like an adult is too hard.Opinion
The Harvard Discrimination Lawsuit Could Change College Admissions As We Know It But that doesn't mean that the lawsuit won't have detrimental effects to them and other students of color.
Why There’s So Much Inconsistency In School Shooting Data Defining what exactly a shooting is has been surprisingly difficult.
The Weird American Silence on Tampons in Schools Tampon access — and what it means to not have it — is heavily studied in third world countries. Not so in the United States.
Kids Aren’t Learning These Vital Skills In Schools And It’s Hurting Us All. The effort to improve financial literacy in schools has stalled. Here’s how we can turn that around.