Dr. Seuss is the latest author under fire for racist caricatures in his works. But we shouldn't censor them just because of that.
It may sound bad, (and it did to my teachers), but apparently you can sell your homework on the Internet, and make good money off it. I did.
Besides burning them, what other more environmentally friendly (and potentially less hazardous in urban areas) options are there?
As students, we are told to build a theory, an argument, or a philosophy—and then, once we have an idea, to go find the facts to legitimise it. Is this a good idea?
Does anybody remember how to do quadratics? Me neither, and I'm doing it right now. If school isn't about learning subjects to use in our future careers, what is is for?
Boku no Hero Academia tells the story of world where most people have superpowers, and about a boy who just happens not to have one.
In school, students are told to use complex vocabulary, but in reality, many writers try to use simple words, like Ernest Hemingway. What other things are kids told about writing that contradict real life?
The Desolation of Marshmallow is a medieval fantasy flip book featuring a knight and a dragon.