Maine’s 2018 congressional election provides tantalizing evidence that ranked choice voting could help improve our democracy.
Research at MIT has identified three factors that correlate to a group’s collective intelligence.
Will you emerge from an unexpected trial with regret or satisfaction? To be the hero of your own story, anticipate these inevitable tests. Readiness is all.
The kindness of Claudia and Federico, the proprietors of the B&B Posada Karut Josh in El Calafate, Argentina, has compelled me to abandon my growing cynicism about the state of the world.
94 year old mountain climber Marcel Remy will inspire you as he scales the Le Miroir d’Argentine, a 1500′ high, mile-long limestone face in the Swiss Alps.
We recently spent a week day hiking Torres del Paine National Park in Chile, Patagonia.
We head to Argentina’s Glacier National Park after a week of day hiking Chile’s Parque Nacional Torres del Paine.
The New York State Education Department’s accountability system distorts school performance in absurd ways and with perverse results.
There are significant changes coming to New York State’s school accountability system now that the US Department of Education has approved the state’s Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plan.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Organic Commandments can be the foundation of any rich, creative and productive life. This blog’s favorite: Decision is the virtue of the will.