When the "communist" Chinese government can influence who American universities hire and what they teach, East meets West becomes more than just cultural exchange.

Women are still "underrepresented" in science, technology, engineering, and math, and the social engineers are none too happy about it. And they're bent on balancing the scales.

In an unauthorized exercise of imagination, a nine-year-old boy said he could make a schoolmate "disappear" with a magic ring. He was then suspended for making a "terroristic threat."

Hundreds of educators and officials from around the world met at UNESCO headquarters in Paris January 28-30 to push forward the UN’s Framework for Action on Education — planetary central planning for children, families, and nations.

The United States may be producing only one-tenth as many scientists as does China, but Americans may soon excel in at least one area: “sensitivity" — as defined by modern educational overlords.