A new study shows that parental involvement matters more for performance than schools, but that doesn’t mean going to PTA meetings
After 16 seasons, there has yet to be a non-white bachelor on the show. Maybe it’s time for a change
As the case of Malala Yousafzai shows, educational inequalities breed conflict and repression and hurt all nations
TIME asked eight experts what they would change about how Americans get a college degree. Here’s what they came up with.
Our reforms are taking roots and delivering results
It’s time to trade in big government policies for innovation
A group of rebel pastors is breaking the U.S. tax code which prohibits churches and other non-profits from engaging in electoral politics
The rich make for a convenient punching bag, but there are better ways to address inequality
Yes, there are more people who don’t belong to any particular church, and yet many still believe in God
Removing race from the admissions equation forces schools to be blind to one of the key factors in people’s lives
Everyone knew that cycling was rife with performance-enhancing drugs; you either joined in or quit the sport
Research repeatedly shows that tests heavily advantage some and disadvantage others. So why do we still rely on them?
Therapies promising to “cure” homosexuality are potentially harmful, but so are laws to ban them