Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Is This the Next Great Generation?

Neil Howe refuted Mark Bauerlein's assertion that the Millennial generation is "dumb" during this week's discussion at the American Enterprise Institute. Howe, cofounder of...

School Budgets and Pensions Raise Concerns Among Educators

During Education Week's recent live chat on the financial crisis and schools, participants asked experts their opinions on an array of topics, but two...

Dumbed-Down Generation?

Are the millions of people born between 1982 and 2000 part of an intellectually devoid generation? That's what Emory University professor and author Mark...

“Ideas Don’t Die”

"If that book is banned today, what will be banned tomorrow? And what group will want a book banned the day after that? It's...

Education Issues Worth Debating?

The ongoing financial crisis continues to dominate Washington politics as policymakers frantically try to come up with a solution. With the focus on this...

The Educational Aspect of Video Games

When video games make the news, it's usually because Grand Theft Auto IV or another game of questionable moral value has parents in an...

Unite the Olympics with Learning

The 2008 Olympic Games continue to hold the world's attention as superior athletes break records and compete at the highest level. But beyond the...

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