Universal Pre-School in the United States: When Should Kids Start School?
The United States mandates education for its children and provides public access to that education. When a child's formal...
CCTV Cameras in Classrooms: Big Brother Watching?
Security cameras are a common facet in many places that we frequent.
Could Merit Pay for Teachers Fix Our Education Woes?
It's no secret that the state of public education in the United States is concerning.
Teens and Social Media: How do Schools Fit In?
Social Media has exploded in recent years as the most popular way for young people to communicate. At the...
More Public Schools are Experimenting With Single-Sex Education
The vast majority of public school classrooms in the United States are composed of students of both genders. While...
Merits of Bilingual Education Divide the Education Community
The United States has long had a population heavily built on immigration.
School Start Times: Do More ZZZs Equal More A’s?
For the average American public high school student, school starts around 8:00am. When you factor in the fact that...
Student Loans Burden a Generation
The Class of 2018 is having an exciting summer. They get to figure out which dorms they will live...
The Battle in College Sports: Northwestern Football and Unions
On March 26, 2014, Peter Sung Ohr, a regional director for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), issued a...
College Rape Crisis: All the Facts on the Rape Epidemic
In the past six months, if you were to Google the keywords college rape scandal, a disturbing amount of...