With a new grandchild on the way in 2019, I’m wondering how we good people expect to teach the next generation when we’re anything but.
Educating both boys and girls about sexual consent needs to begin in high school, at the very least. Ashley James explains why.
Happy Monday? Over the weekend there was a massive March For Our Lives, news that the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has gotten larger, and basketball games were played.
It has been proposed that arming our teachers in the classroom is the answer to the mass shooting problem pervasive in America, Sean Davis examines all the reasons why this will not work.
The recently revealed story involving Aziz Ansari and “Grace” has us asking ourselves even more questions about sex, sexual (mis)conduct, and consent.
In this dangerous age of echo chambers where people parrot the beliefs and views of others, John Michael warns against groupthink and how we might have arrived here.
Travis Laurence Naught read the following speech as part of the Spokane, Washington, Writers Resist event (one of over 100 held nationally) this past Sunday, January 15, 2017, cosponsored by PEN America.
As it becomes apparent that Donald Trump will operate business as usual (read: help no one else except himself and his own self-interests), it’s time to employ the GOP’s weapon of choice: resistance.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin shares what it was like being a lethargic, first-year teacher to becoming an ever-evolving, more engaged and effective teacher.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin reflects on the man in the mirror and asks: are you being true to yourself and those around you?