CHIDIAC: Society must invest its time, energy and resources in children so they can lead us into a bright and exciting future
DI MUCCIO: Activist “teachers” are no longer teaching children how to think, but what to think. Is that what we want for our children?
Despite the extra challenge, online programs continue to grow in popularity
CHIDIAC: If we want to have young people who aren’t stifled by fear of the judgments of others, we need to help to develop their character
PRICE: Grades are markers of success or failure. But grade inflation is creeping in. It’s the distended belly of education, the malnutrition that poisons learning
DI MUCCIO: Malala Yousafzai brings to the House of Commons a much-needed perspective on issues of inclusion in education
GOA: Corporatization has captured the university because the humanities have lost their sense of public purpose
PRICE: Life without reading is like losing a sensation, like taste – everything’s as bland as batter