Category Archives: Education

U.S. Schools start too early

If anything is conclusive proof that more doesn’t always equal better the American education system is it. Continue reading

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It’s not sexuality OR self-expression

Photo by Photo Dean Despite how the media and students are portraying the situation, the Bingham High dress code fiasco isn’t about sexuality nor is it about self-expression despite what this article in the Standard Examiner suggests. They got their … Continue reading

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Open Prospective Longitudinal Study

Imagine what we could learn from a large scale prospective longitudinal study. We could (and should) start such a study which would provide value on its own and also lay the foundation for many other more detailed and specific longitudinal studies. Continue reading

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Boys Adrift

Everyone who expects to interact with boys or men under the age of 50 should read this book. I’ve stewed on this for weeks since reading it in an attempt to digest the content and decide how to convey the importance … Continue reading

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Funding Education

When your car stops running the solution isn’t always to put gas in the gas tank. Likewise, funding our schools isn’t as straightforward as simply figuring out who should foot the bill. Continue reading

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