Explaining key differences in education agendas for Biden, Trump

  The two men running to be the 46th President of the United States could not be more different in many ways – including their approaches on American education. President Donald J. Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have very different approaches to how the education system in America should operate. With the upcoming […]

5 reasons it’s OK to love technology

The role technology plays in our lives is so prominent we need our smartphones and computers to do just about about everything that needs doing. While some try to reject all the technology in their lives, this foolish view overlooks an important fact– technology is only going to become a bigger part of our world […]

Banning AP history course threatens U.S. education, first amendment principles

Recently, an Oklahoma legislative committee voted 11-4 to ban the U.S. History Advanced Placement course. Following party lines, lawmakers claimed the course’s syllabus focused too much on “secularist” and “progressivist” issues such as the separation of church and state. What? As political as the study of history may become, this particular course is as apolitical […]

5 real problems for college kids when the government shuts down

If the government shutdown had lasted one more day, America would have defaulted. Among other things, of course, this means student loans would have been frozen and students around the country would have been out of luck. And since there’s a chance we’re headed for this scenario again in January, here are five of the […]