There is a kinship between productive human beings; one that spreads all across this planet. It may be invisible to power and hierarchy, but we productive people recognize it.
On this episode of The Resistance Library Podcast, Sam Jacobs interviews Jason Hartman.
I skipped the 11-plus and was failing at school. Then I met Cecil Dormand, the extraordinary English teacher who transformed my life for ever
From political indoctrination to school violence, police presence on campuses, and dystopian restrictions on normal human behavior and interaction, it is becoming increasingly clear to more and more parents that sending their children to school is no
"It finds that the association between hesitancy and education level follows a U-shaped curve with the highest hesitancy among those least and most educated.
This is another of those pieces that "wanted to be written," rather than me planning it… but this one some years ago. I've been meaning to make it a stand-alone children's book, but I'll also include it in this collection of lessons in mo
Teaching children to become resilient is a gift that will serve them well during difficulties they face during their lives. Here are some tips to help your kids become mentally stronger.
is moral education. Like critical thinking, this important field of study has been removed from Western education over the past century, and its restoration is, in my opinion, sorely needed. I aim to fill the gap.
Part Two in a series of short videos based on John Taylor Gatto's book, The Underground History of American Education.
But these 7 "careless errors" may actually reveal a learning difficulty: Words are misread due to poorly developed patterns of eye fixations Handwriting is messy and irregular. People with this dysfunction frequently print rather than handwrite
It's been a bad decade for politics, but a great decade for political theory. Three standouts for me were Shatema Threadcraft's Intimate Justice, Adom Getachew's Worldmaking After Empire, and Kathi Weeks's The Problem With Work. But the schol
The good news about ignorance? Yes, and emphatically yes...The good news about ignorance is that it sets us free from mental chains.
Katherine Johnson, who died Monday at 101, is remembered as a "NASA mathematician, trailblazer in the quest for racial equality, contributor to our nation's first triumphs in human spaceflight and champion of STEM education."
To learn new things, we must sometimes fail. But what's the right amount of failure? New research led by the University of Arizona proposes a mathematical answer to that question.
Armed with nothing but the internet, Carroll prepared for his entrance exam by watching dozens of YouTube videos to learn advanced mathematics in just three weeks.
By the age of 46, the man has built three multi-billion dollar companies, and this is his secret.