The new mission statement for Truth in American Education expands our focus while providing guidance for how and what issues are addressed.
Denis Ahern, a retired educator who went by the pen name Denis Ian and was a frequent contributor at Truth in American Education, has passed away.
Some Michigan lawmakers believe that gender-based fast food toys stifle girls’ imagination and prevent them from taking an interest in STEM.
It’s election day and Shane Vander Hart reminds us to take our civic duty seriously and get out and vote for the candidates who offer sound education policy.
Students at Brown University in Providence, RI get free coffee from a local coffee shop, but only by giving personal data.
The Concord Review, founded in 1987 by Will Fitzhugh, has published over 1300 history papers written by secondary students from all over the world in 118 quarterly issues.
An Educational Psychology study showed that dividing attention in the classroom through the use of electronic devices reduced student exam performance.
More students are taking Advanced Placement (AP) and more students are failing as a result as well, but some question whether taking AP helps students when they get to college.
Shane Vander Hart: “Alternative Math” made me literally laugh out loud and consider myself thankful I never had parents like these the brief time I taught.
Brown University announced that it will join Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouth Universities as the fourth Ivy League school that will no longer require the ACT writing or SAT essay test.