Here’s What’s Missing In Our Diagnosis Of Education’s Problems

Peter Augustine Lawler has recently written for National Affairs an article about what's wrong with higher education that depicts just as perfectly what's wrong with elementary and secondary education. He begins by discussing how technology is eroding jobs, turning people both into technicians and taking away lower-wage opportunities that put one on the path to higher … Continue reading Here’s What’s Missing In Our Diagnosis Of Education’s Problems

Great Books Programs Grow

Students Flock to Great Books Colleges

James Piereson and Naomi Schaefer Riley recently wrote on Minding the Campus about the resurgence in great books programs, both at the college level and in K-12: When Thomas and Lorraine Pangle, married professors of government at the University of Texas at Austin, launched a great books program for freshman this year, they expected a … Continue reading Students Flock to Great Books Colleges