Liberal arts majors often become the best software developers and technology employees because their critical thinking skills allow them to see the bigger picture.
When and how school officials intervene holds the key to putting an end to the issue of bullying.
American education officials are turning to Japan in their quest to raise U.S. students' math standards.
Japan has a unique opportunity to combine the benefits of child care with those of preschool.
Japanese students' ability to speak English is abysmal. Improvement will require finding native speakers as teachers.
Japanese students would benefit greatly from the total immersion approach to learning English.
Pre-kindergarten education and educators should taken more seriously because they provide children with invaluable skills that last a lifetime.
Tradition dies hard when it comes to promoting women to head universities.
The freedom that teachers have to express their opinions on controversial issues is far more limited than that of students in both the U.S. and Japan.
The sheer newness of being able to vote too often fades unless it is underpinned by a deep sense of civic duty.