Why Treating Everyone Equally Is a Problem

I recently received an e-mail from someone who questioned me on a comment I made about manners. I had said that manners presuppose distinctions. They call upon us to honor those who are excellent with special treatment. At the same … Continue reading

The Educational Importance of Manners

At first glance it might seem rather forced to make a connection between education and manners. In our secular society, manners like morals seem to be optional in the formation of youth. It is something relegated to parents to teach … Continue reading

Building Foundations in Education

Education without principles is like a building without foundations. It is precisely to discuss a concern for these principles that students, teachers, scholars, officials and concerned citizens gathered for the Tenth Annual Foundations of Education Symposium at Topeka’s Washburn University … Continue reading