On the Education Front

by Colette Moran

While The New York Times declares that college tuition costs have been stable over the past decade . . .

. . . the Wall Street Journal cites experts who say costs are bloated and suggest ways to cut them.

The new state systems that give schools a letter grade on their achievements are being questioned for their efficacy.

A look back at the study released last year that points out the lasting gains that great teachers bring to their students.

A librarian gives great suggestions on how to motivate your child to read.

At AEI, Frederick M. Hess believes there are lessons to be learned from the launch of Healthcare.gov that can be applied to Common Core.

Using eleven categories, Business Insider rates the 20 best college campuses

From Wired — how The Simpsons has been teaching us math for decades.

The Home Front

Politics, culture, and American life — from the family perspective.