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Improving Schools Through Choice - Armstrong Williams

There is no doubt that public education in this country has failed miserably.  Read more...

In Education, Character as Important as Skills - WILLIAM J. BENNETT

The highest values of education in a democracy are more than the competitive advantage of an increasingly productive labor force.  Read more...

In Philadelphia, A Model School Kindles Hope - Kevin E. Schmiesing

St. Martin de Porres school in Philadelphia is finding new life through the cooperation of three not-always-cooperative entities: church, community, and government.  Read more...

In the Name of the Father - William McGurn

Of all the tests put to a priest, perhaps none is greater than the one Christ put to his disciples: Can ye drink of the cup that I drink of?  Read more...

In the Vatican Gardens, faith meets reason - Fr. Raymond J. de Souza

Not everyone who comes here does so to exercise the soul.  Read more...

Intelligence in the Classroom - Charles Murray

Half of all children are below average, and teachers can do only so much for them.  Read more...

Is Private Schooling Privatizing - CHRISTIAN SMITH & DAVID SIKKINK

Question: Are families that choose private schools and home education for their children more likely than families involved in public schools to be socially isolated and withdrawn from participation in civic life? Answer: Absolutely not.  Read more...

Israel: Whose Land Is It? - Jimmy Akin

Iím not going to solve that long-standing and thorny question of who has rightful claim to the land of Israel, but I can offer some considerations that need to be taken into account when forming an opinion on the subject.  Read more...

It's All Your Fault - Theodore Dalrymple

One way and another, I have spent a lot of my life in the study of resentment, my own and that of others.   Read more...

It's Not Theft, It's Pastiche - Christine Rosen

College students plagiarize routinely, especially from the Internet.   Read more...

It's Tough to be a Boy in American Schools - John Leo

"It's a bad time to be a boy in America," Christina Sommers says in her important new book, "The War Against Boys." "We are turning against boys," she writes.  Read more...

Keep the Faith: Integrating Faith and the Public Schools Without Mixing Church and State - Eric Buehrer

In too many schools, Christianity is censored out of the curriculum and off the campus. Think about how many children go through twelve years of education and never learn anything of significance about Christianity. Here the case is made that teaching students about Christianity and its positive influence on American culture is not only possible, itís legal, and a legitimate academic pursuit for public schools.  Read more...

Land O'Lakes and the CUA Wars, 40 years later - George Weigel

Forty years ago this coming summer, some two dozen prominent Catholic educators met at a Wisconsin resort and issued the "Land O'Lakes Statement."  Read more...

Language Guardian - Joseph Epstein

An online journal fights for clear, expressive English.   Read more...

Latin Grounds - John R. Dunlap

Two Fridays ago, about twenty minutes before my 11:45 Elementary Latin class, a student came to my office to drop the course.  Read more...

Learning Among The Ruins - JAMES HITCHCOCK

Even more than the Church, the university encapsulates the entire modern cultural crisis, because the university defines itself as the bearer of the totality of culture, past and present.  Read more...

Learning for Everyone - Robert K. Landers

Alex Beam, a columnist for the Boston Globe, set out to write a book that wasn't great -- and, mirabile dictu, he has succeeded.  Read more...

Learning the old-fashioned way - Barbara Kay

Back to school! To mark the occasion, I recommend a little book for parents of school-age children.   Read more...

Learning to Forgive - Dr. Richard P. Fitzgibbons, Robert Enright, & Thomas F. O'Brien

Angry students are likely to repress their feelings or act out, but there is another option.  Read more...

Lesson #1: Good teachers share one special quality - Hal Urban

Aside from the importance of the actual content of a teacher's lessons, there are certain personal qualities and virtues which really excellent teachers embody.  Read more...

Let Your Freak Flag Fly: A Classroom Story - Augustine R. C. Mazzeo

Even the most steadfast egalitarian institution betrays itself in practice.  Read more...

Liberal Arts Education in a Free Society - James V. Schall, S.J.

Liberal education agrees with Plato that self-rule is at the heart of civil order.  Read more...

Like it or not - Charles Colson

Parents and students attending this yearís commencement at Georgetown University, a Catholic school, would surely expect to hear a commencement address that took Catholic teaching seriously. And thatís what they got. But many in the crowd were offended, even outraged.  Read more...

Lipstick Jungle - Ashley Samelson

A few weeks ago, I helped my 18-year-old sister move into her freshman dorm at Hillsdale College in Michigan.  Read more...

Louv's Nature Principle - to the source

The well-being of children Ė but also of adults Ė requires that we have regular exposure to nature. We all need regular doses of Vitamin "N" (for nature).   Read more...


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