12 Things To Know about ADD and ADHD

ADD is no longer an acceptable medical term, replaced solely now by ADHD. Per the CDC, ADHD affects 11% of our 14- to 17-year-olds; that adds up to some 6.4 million children, and the numbers are rising. There are three different categories of ADHD: Those with...

Did you know…

That “about 10 million prime-age men aren’t in the labor force–a lingering casualty of the Great Recession,” write USA Today’s Paul Davidson and Roger Yu. Moreover, they note that, in the meantime, wage increases didn’t budge much...

“Talking back” to California liberals

USA Today reader Noah Peterson recently wrote a letter to the editors in which he said, “I live in California… and I wear a bright, red hat that really infuriates people. My hat has a patriotic phrase on the front, ‘Make America Great Again,’...

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According to a recent National Review study, 47% of Detroit charter schools significantly outperformed traditional public schools in reading and 49% of charter schools outperformed them in math. Not too shabby, but that, of course, begs the question, why…

Quotable

“Lessons from Finland: Students spend less time in class and doing homework than do their American counterparts… In Finland, teaching is a highly respected, coveted, and comparatively well-paid profession. Only 10% of students who apply to college teaching...