Education & Parenting
Anne with an E by Moira Walley-Beckett
If you can stand a tearjerker—and if you enjoy art that glorifies imagination, individualism, free inquiry, and the passionate pursuit of values—you may just fall in love with Moira Walley-Beckett’s Anne with an E.
My Sixth-Grade Socialist Indoctrination
I wonder how much better off my classmates might be today if, at that tender age, they were taught about earning money and spending it according to their own values—rather than about making sacrifices in the name of “virtue.”
Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World by David Epstein
In a world where hyper-focus on specialization is leading to greater and greater compartmentalization, this book is a welcome call for a renewed focus on integration.
Andrew Bernstein Challenges the Education Establishment
Broadcasting live on Facebook from rainy New York City, Andrew “The Education Guy” Bernstein launched a campaign to fix the American education system.
Greta Thunberg Should Be Angry—and So Should You
Not only are eco-alarmists destroying the lives of children, but they are unashamedly using them as fodder to attack human flourishing and the freedom that makes it possible.
Alt-Education Is Filling a Void that Colleges Can’t
Thanks to innovators in the fields of education and career development, many viable alternatives to college provide far more bang for the buck.
Craig and Sarah Biddle on Parenting, at TOS-Con 2019
We want our children to live wonderful, happy lives. How can we help them to become independent thinkers and rational decision makers so they will?
“Little Candle,” Bright Light: The Story of VanDamme Academy
This film shows what a proper, conceptual education looks like, and it provides parents and educators with a reason to seek or create this kind of learning environment.