Monthly Archives: November 2012

Maybe It’s Time for a Boys’ Day

by Dorothy Dimitre “Fathers have the power to inspire. By modeling the best traits of masculinity rather than a caricature of machismo or emotional illiteracy, fathers have enormous influence over the template of their sons’ manhood.” – When Good Men … Continue reading

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Misguided drug polices can create tragic, unintended consequences

By KATIE BAIRD As part of an introductory course in economics, I used to teach my students about the unintended consequences that usually accompany well-intentioned attempts to make particular transactions illegal. I would draw on current drug policy to link … Continue reading

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It’s time that we rewrite our playbooks for teaching boys

Kelley King When little boys were being handed out, I got my son for a reason. I had been a teacher for eight years and I had a lot to learn about boys. Connor taught me that little boys learn … Continue reading

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