Monday, April 19, 2021
art education

Art Education: Creating a Country of Uncreative Kids

Cuts in school art programs may be the reason the United States is falling behind in science and math
American Education

Republicans are Gutting American Education

The "Stupid Party" seems to want everyone to be just like them
Higher Education Costs

America’s Higher Education Costs are no Myth

People like Sandy Baum, who believe the unaffordability of college is a myth, need to look at the facts on the ground
Quality Public School Education

No Right to a Quality Public School Education

Following Governor Snyder's billion dollar cut to public education, a Michigan Court ruled that students don't have to actually learn
free higher education

The Benefits of Free Higher Education

Europe is now almost completely tuition free, while American students are pinned under massive debt. Which is the better system?
Republicans, indoctrination

How Republicans are Indoctrinating our Children

Instead of changing themselves to better represent all Americans, Republicans are resorting to Hitler like tactics
American education system

Analyzing the Broken American Education System

The United States workforce is presently under-educated and underpaid. In order for the economy to grow long term the value of the workforce must rise or we will continue to see a decline in wages. The only way to increase a worker’s worth is, of course, through education.
sex education

What Sex Education Doesn’t Prepare You For

Recently, I met a young man named Aaron Darr. Aaron is first and foremost a political strategist, but after a few conversations about politics, Aaron told me more about his background. That caught my attention right away.
war on science

Three battles in America’s War on Science

I’m not sure when it first became socially acceptable to be stupid, but it seems “the Earth is flat” mentality is actually re-gaining the ground lost during the Age of Enlightenment.
Adjunct

Adjuncts in Higher Education: The Other Fast-Food Worker

If I would tell you that there is a skilled - highly skilled - workforce being exploited more than fast food workers in the US, would you believe me? Would your reply be that a worker cannot be highly skilled and still get below a living wage?