ADHD Drugs of Choice at Colleges

Back to December 2013 Ed Reporter ADHD Drugs of Choice at Colleges College students who want to pull an all-nighter to write a paper or study for an exam sometimes use drugs commonly used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder … Continue reading

ADHD: Classroom Crutch?

Back to December 2013 Ed Reporter ADHD: Classroom Crutch? Increased demand has caused national shortages of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) drugs. According to MedMD.com, “One reason for the shortage is extremely high demand for the drugs. While people with … Continue reading

Catholics Join Common Core Protest

Back to December 2013 Ed Reporter Catholics Join Common Core Protest About 100 American Catholic dioceses, over half of the total, have adapted their school curricula to Common Core English and math standards. Parents, educators, and principals at some of … Continue reading

December 2013 Education Reporter

Catholics Join Common Core Protest, ADHD: Classroom Crutch? ADHD Drugs of Choice at Colleges Education Briefs Duncan Bus Tour and Promise Grants Administrators Force Teachers to Change Grades Book of the Month: Why Teach?: In Defense of Real Education Escaping … Continue reading

Pre-K Is for Bureaucrats, Not Kids

Pre-K Is for Bureaucrats, Not Kids by Phyllis Schlafly December 18, 2013 In an attempt to shift public discussion from the Obamacare train wreck, as well as toady to the feminists, Barack Obama is again promoting universal tax-paid daycare for … Continue reading

Parents and Teachers Object to Common Core

Parents and Teachers Object to Common Core by Phyllis Schlafly December 11, 2013 The media are currently filled with reports that U.S. students are scoring poorly on international tests. The Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), which compares 15-year-olds in … Continue reading

National Civics, History Tests to Disappear

Back to November 2013 Ed Reporter National Civics, History Tests to Disappear This article was originally published on July 25, 2013 at Heartland.org and in Human Events. It is reprinted with permission. by Haley Stauss The National Assessment of Educational … Continue reading

Obama Fails Geography

Back to November 2013 Ed Reporter Obama Fails Geography Apparently President Obama’s geography knowledge is not as good as it should be. He’s made several errors of late, but the most glaring happened on the Tonight Show. Obama said: “If … Continue reading