Americanism is the Bible-based creed of a free people, the philosophy of the Founding Fathers as stated in the Declaration and the Constitution.
David P. Barash, a professor of evolutionary biology at the University of Washington, makes it a point at the beginning of each academic year to tell his students that science and religion are totally incompatible. Is he right?
William Deresiewicz, who taught at Yale for 10 years, recommends that students not go to Yale or other Ivy League schools, or even strive to go there.
The Education Summit in Boston on October 17-18 featured much bipartisan support for Common Core, charter schools, and other types of "education reform" that won't help American education.
The decline of government schools lies in stark contrast to the bright ray of hope offered by the rising star of homeschooling.
Not only have most Americans never heard of the Barbary Wars fought during Thomas Jefferson’s administration, but today’s schools don’t even bother to teach about them.
Children deserve to be saved from our nihilist public schools by conservatives who know how these children are being cynically used to keep the Left in power. And of course we know that we cannot take back the schools from the top. The radical left owns the schools lock, stock, and barrel. So we must start at the bottom, by encouraging young conservatives to run for school boards as a start of their political careers.
Ideas matter. They have consequences. Why did some of the most intelligent educators in America conspire to destroy the brain power of the American people? It doesn’t make sense until you begin to delve into the ideas that formed the basis of their decisions. These ideas swept over them like a giant intellectual tsunami, wiping out their beliefs in the Biblical traditions that had held American society together since its founding.
Most people today still have no idea that our national reading problem is the result of deliberately faulty teaching methods — look-say or sight-reading rather than intensive phonics — which have dumbed down generations of students.
In the 1960s the government threw more money and legislation at the nation's reading problem, but the reading skills of students continued to plummet. The deliberate dumbing down of America has continued to this day.